Harbour Primary & Nursery School

Harbour Primary School
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 Leaders have high expectations for themselves and pupils.

 Governors carry out their role effectively. They provide support to the headteacher but also hold leaders to account. They ask challenging questions...

A strong sense of community runs through the school.

Pupils’ personal development and welfare is good. This is a very caring school.

The school’s focus on making sure that the most-able pupils are challenged to think and work hard has resulted in improved rates of progress for this group of pupils.
 

The quality of teaching has improved since the previous inspection because of good leadership and is now good. Relationships are positive and pupils want to learn.
The school’s focus on making sure that the most-able pupils are challenged to think and work hard has resulted in improved rates of progress for this group of pupils.

Teaching assistants are used well to support pupils who have special educational needs or disability and those who are in danger of falling behind.

Pupils conduct themselves well around the school. They behave well in lessons. The school’s behaviour policy is well understood by staff and pupils.

Pupils’ achievement has improved steadily since the previous inspection. Work in pupils’ books, as well as the school’s assessment information, shows that all groups of pupils make good progress from their starting points. This progress is evident in a range of subjects, including English and mathematics.

The leadership of early years is outstanding. The leader, fully supported by the headteacher, shows a relentless determination to improve outcomes for children.

Staff have very high expectations of what children can achieve from the time they start school.
The environment is vibrant and rich. Activities are extremely well thought through so that all areas of learning are catered for. Activities excite and inspire children to learn.

The breakfast and after-school clubs provide safe, welcoming places outside of school hours.

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