Stedham Primary School was inspected by OFSTED in January 2018 and was judged to be 'Good' for a second consecutive time.

“Almost all pupils currently in the school are making good progress from their starting points.”

“Parents are happy with the education their children receive.”

“Children make secure progress and achieve good outcomes in the early years. This is because of the effective teaching they receive.”

“Strong and imaginative teaching is leading to improving outcomes for all pupils.”

“Well thought-out lessons and effective support from adults ensure that pupils make secure progress in their learning”

“The curriculum is broad and balanced, and parents appreciate the information they receive about what their children are learning. Pupils enjoy the range of activities on offer and particularly enjoy the forest school. The curriculum provides pupils with good opportunities to learn about British values and for their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.”

“The safety and well-being of pupils are taken very seriously.”

“Pupils are well behaved and polite. They enjoy their time in school and are well supported by staff.“

“Governance is strong. Governors are highly ambitious for all pupils at the school.”

To find out more about the school from Ofsted - including being able to download and read the latest report (also available above) and leave your views as a parent at our school on Parent View - please click here.