What did Ofsted say about school when they visited?
"The pupils at East Peckham are happy and well cared for in a nurturing and inclusive environment."
"They [the children] value being part of the school and believe in its values and ethos."
"Pupils recognise how much staff care about them and rise to meet the expectations of kindness and acceptance."
"Leaders provide a wide range of activities for pupils to enjoy and learn from."
"They [the children] believe in the new leaders’ messages about ‘being their best selves’ and work to live up to this expectation."
"Pupils love reading and can talk about a variety of books. Their love of learning is clear in the culture and actions throughout the school."
"The new leadership team has reformed the curriculum so that English and mathematics are
now well planned. In these subjects, leaders ensure that pupils build their knowledge across the year in a logical sequence."
"The provision for pupils’ personal development is a strength of the school. There is a broad and inclusive approach, ensuring equal access to all opportunities in and out of school."
"The [school] values help pupils understand their behaviour and form part of the school’s inclusive nature."
"Staff support pupils to develop a deep understanding of relationships and physical and mental health."
“Early reading is taught consistently well.”
“Leaders are equally ambitious for pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Staff are swift to identify pupils’ individual needs.
“Staff effectively support children to practise and reinforce their understanding of mathematical concepts.”
“Leaders ensure that pupils continue to use and apply mathematical knowledge accurately.”