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Clevedon Learning Trust

Clevedon Learning Trust

Yeo Moor Celebrates Excellent Ofsted Report

 

Children, parents and staff at a high-performing award-winning Clevedon Learning Trust school are celebrating after receiving an excellent Ofsted report.

Yeo Moor Primary School was rated Good with Outstanding Features, and are now rocketing towards being Outstanding in every area after three fantastic years of achievement.

The high-performing school have seen a big improvement in standards since joining the Clevedon Learning Trust, and have received endorsements for its winning methods.

Now Ofsted inspectors say that pupils benefit from high standards of teaching, learning and assessment, personal development, behaviour and welfare, outcomes for pupils.

And they declared that their early years provision is Outstanding.

Inspectors also stated the school has benefited from membership of the CLT and added: “An unwavering focus on providing the best possibly opportunities for pupils follows the core values of the school, ‘care, cherish and excel’."

Head Teacher Roland Lovatt said: “We are delighted with this report and will now focus on achieving Outstanding in every single area. We have had three years of incredible achievement.

“Well done to all the pupils and staff for their hard work, and to the community of parents, carers and governors for their support.”

Executive Head Teacher of the CLT John Wells said: “I am thrilled with this report and congratulations should go to all the staff and pupils for this tremendous achievement.”

Ofsted inspectors also said that the headteacher’s strong leadership and highly effective governing body has brought about improvements to ensure teaching, learning and assessment meet pupils’ learning needs. 

They added that ‘Leaders have been successful in establishing high standards of behaviour, which have created a calm, purposeful and orderly learning environment.'

And they said that ‘Outstanding support for pupils’ personal development and welfare creates a strong culture of care in which pupils demonstrate respect for others.’