Ofsted

In May 2014 the Ofsted Inspectors were of the opinion that the school required special measures because they were failing to give the pupils an acceptable standard of education.

The inspection in September 2015 painted a very different picture of the school.

The inspectors rated the school as outstanding in all aspects of its work and recognised that the results in English and mathematics were the best outcomes achieved by pupils in five years in both key stages and early years.  They found that the teaching was exemplary, and staff always made sure the pupils thrive and do their best.  As a result of this the school is used as a beacon of excellence, locally and nationally.

Foxfield work in close partnership with Woodhill Primary School and have launched a new partnership called ‘Inspire Partnership’.  Both schools are currently leading school improvement support, locally and nationally, in a number of ways. Their school improvement programmes are making a significant difference with tangible impact measures by offering more schools an opportunity to work with them in genuine collaboration to make a difference to lives of children in Greenwich and beyond.

To see a copy of the report please click here

Please read our congratulatory letter from Sir Michael Wilshaw, commending Foxfield Primary School on our journey into outstanding. Click here.

If any families are interested in learning more about what an OFSTED category means, and the inspection process, click on the link here: http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/about-our-inspection-reports
 
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To view our report from our recent Challenge Partners review, please click here