‘Behaviour throughout the lessons was exemplary. Pupils were on-task, focussed and being supported well by adults within classrooms. Pupils were keen to learn.’
That’s just one of many very positive comments from our School Improvement Advisor
Leeds maintained primary schools benefit from around three visits from a School Improvement Advisor. On Friday 17 November, we welcomed our advisor into school for the first of these visits – the focus was Phonics and our current topic, Art. Here’s a few more extracts from her report…
- ‘The teaching [of Phonics] continues to be high quality enabling pupils to learn to read quickly.’
- ‘The quality of learning [in Art] was excellent. Pupils were fully engaged in learning, discussing artists and art pieces including their personal opinions.’
- ‘High quality learning was embedded throughout school and seen during visits to lessons. Children could talk about and name different artists that had been studied and were able to discuss their current learning.’
Well done to all the teachers and children in the lessons visited, and thank you for your continued support at home.