Pupils love coming to school, describing it as ‘amazing’ and ‘perfect’.
Teaching of reading, writing, mathematics and science is increasingly effective.
Pupils explained how feedback from teachers and from their classmates helps them. They know what they have done well and what they need to do to improve their work. The impact of this can be seen in pupils’ consistently high attainment in writing.
The Gayton Passport offers pupils a wide range of interesting and exciting learning opportunities during their time at the school. They learn to swim, go to a castle, fly a kite and build a den – among many other things.
Pupils behave well in lessons and when moving around the school. They respond very well to the high expectations that all who work at the school have of them. Pupils know they can rely on staff to care for them, to support them when they need it, and to make them work hard.
The curriculum, teaching and the whole-school experience make very strong contributions to pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
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