Gallery: Whitefield Primary School celebrate Ofsted success

A Liverpool primary school rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted celebrated the announcement in their final assembly of the year.

Whitefield Primary School in Everton celebrated achieving the highest Ofsted grade with gifts for pupils, donated by local organisations and social enterprises.

The assembly was a chance to celebrate the school’s Ofsted success with staff and reward pupils who achieved 100% attendance. A cheque was also handed over to the school from local charity L6 Foundation.

Ofsted lavished praise on the 282 pupils, teachers, support staff and governors at Whitefield Primary School, concluding that they are fulfilling their motto of “nothing but the best”.

Children starting school with below average skills and knowledge make excellent progress by the time they leave reception. By the end of year six, progress in English and maths is above the national average. The behaviour of pupils is described as “impeccable” and they are “polite and articulate” with an “outstanding attitude to learning”.

Attendance is also above the national average – with Ofsted noting that senior staff will call at the homes of pupils who are unnecessarily absent and take them in to school if necessary.

Executive headteacher Nadine Carroll – who has been with the school since 2010 – has an “exceptional” determination to provide the highest quality of education for pupils.

View our gallery from the day below.

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