Primary school rated 'satisfactory'

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Woodford Green Primary School Woodford Green Primary School

A PRIMARY school has been rated "satisfactory" by education watchdog Ofsted.

Inspectors said Woodford Green Primary, in Sunset Avenue, was meeting standards but needed to make improvements.

They said there was some good teaching, pupils were well behaved and that the headteacher worked well with her deputy.

But Ofsted said some children do not make fast enough progress, teaching is not consistent and that middle management do not make enough of a contribution to improve performance.

The school was also previously rated "satisfactory" following Ofsted inspections in March 2011 and July 2008.

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3:59pm Sun 11 Nov 12

LHorton says...

The 'satisfactory' rating is no longer used by Ofsted, it's now called 'requires improvement'. The change was in September and this school was inspected on 11 October.
The 'satisfactory' rating is no longer used by Ofsted, it's now called 'requires improvement'. The change was in September and this school was inspected on 11 October. LHorton

8:33pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Cornbeefur says...

LHorton wrote:
The 'satisfactory' rating is no longer used by Ofsted, it's now called 'requires improvement'. The change was in September and this school was inspected on 11 October.
Sounds like rubbish to me then
[quote][p][bold]LHorton[/bold] wrote: The 'satisfactory' rating is no longer used by Ofsted, it's now called 'requires improvement'. The change was in September and this school was inspected on 11 October.[/p][/quote]Sounds like rubbish to me then Cornbeefur

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