Musbury Primary School 'oustanding' in Ofsted report

PUBLISHED: 14:37 17 November 2008 | UPDATED: 11:38 17 June 2010

MUSBURY Primary School has been judged as outstanding and good in all areas following an Ofsted report. The inspector wrote: Parents say Musbury Primary is a small school with a big heart - it is at the heart of the community, and they are right!

MUSBURY Primary School has been judged as 'outstanding' and 'good' in all areas following an Ofsted report.

The inspector wrote: "Parents say 'Musbury Primary is a small school with a big heart - it is at the heart of the community,' and they are right!

"The exceptional care, guidance and support given to pupils by this good school result in their outstanding personal development and well-being."

Head teacher Clive Salmon said: "The report speaks of the striking team spirit and a 'can do' vision which permeates through the school. It shows how well the school knows itself and sets the right targets because of good leadership and management at all levels."

The inspector advised that the school further improve awareness about how people from other backgrounds contribute to life in Great Britain and refer to targets more often.

The report can be viewed on www.musbury-primary.devon.sch.uk


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