In 2012, Ofsted said:
"Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is promoted exceptionally well and, as a result, pupils’ behaviour is exemplary. They also have a very secure understanding of how to keep safe and really enjoy coming to school."
"The headteacher’s high expectations, strong leadership and unwavering commitment to pupils’ personal and academic development ensure that pupils make at least good progress."
"The deputy headteacher, working in partnership with the headteacher, a strong senior leadership and a highly committed team of staff, promotes continued improvement. The school has made good progress since the last inspection and is well supported and challenged by a strong team of governors."
"Teaching is good overall with some teaching that is outstanding, particularly at Key Stage 2 where there is a higher proportion of outstanding lessons."