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Ofsted /SIAMS

Our latest Ofsted Inspection took place in July 2012.

To read our outstanding Ofsted inspection click on the link below or go to the Ofsted website.


Here are a few of the comments made by Ofsted about our school.
"Church Lench is an outstanding school.  It is at the heart of the community and held in high regard by all parents and carers."
"Pupils make good progress in reading, writing and mathematics due to the consistently good and often outstanding teaching they receive. All the parents who returned the questionnaire agree."
"Pupils’ behaviour is exemplary. They are polite and courteous to visitors and kind to each other. Their attitudes to learning are excellent."  
"The leadership of the headteacher is outstanding. As a result of her high expectations and strategic deployment of the team of adults and helpers in the school, she has broadened and enriched the curriculum which has contributed significantly to the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of every pupil."  
"Challenging work and special provision is made for gifted and talented, and more- able pupils."  
"Disabled pupils and those with special educational needs are very well supported by a number of dedicated teachers and teaching assistants, ably led by the special educational needs co-ordinator. As a result, the overwhelming majority make good or outstanding progress and are closing the gap on the national average."  
"Every child and every parent or carer who responded to the questionnaire agree that the teaching at the school is of a high quality."  
"It is central to the ethos of the school that all develop a role and take on responsibilities that help to mould their character and moral values, developing a strong sense of giving something back to the school, village and global community."
"Pupils are extremely happy and keen to come to school, to learn and make a contribution to the school and local community."  
"The curriculum is rich and constantly evolving to meet the spiritual, moral, social and cultural needs of all pupils."