In his report he judged that
“All lessons observed were judged ‘outstanding” because of the high quality learning that took place. In all the lessons, pupils were able to describe in detail their learning; pupils in all of the lessons seen produced a good volume of high-quality work. Excellent questioning by teachers and teaching assistants was a notable feature of all lessons and this contributed to the excellent progress made. The quality of pupils’ work and teachers’ marking has improved significantly.
Leaders have been able to implement strategies based on very secure and accurate judgements to bring about improved outcomes for pupils.”