OFSTED 2024

the evidence gathered suggests that the inspection grade might be outstanding if a graded inspection were carried out now
Ofsted June 2024

I am extremely pleased to share with you our Ofsted report from the Inspection carried out in June 2024.

At Fairlight we have always believed that the school is amazing and it is good to see that Ofsted agree.

We didn’t aim to be outstanding. We aimed to be Fairlight.

The families, children and community of the Lewes Road and surrounding areas deserve an outstanding school and it is good to see that under the new Ofsted Inspection framework that Fairlight Primary and Nursery School is and can be that school.

The hard work however starts now to maintain these extremely high standards that we have set and to aim even higher.

Mr Jordan- a very proud Headteacher

 

There are so many positive comments in the report about what Ofsted saw during the inspection.

These are some of our highlights:

  • Pupils are warmly welcomed and safe in their nurturing and inclusive school.
  • Adults understand pupils’ academic and emotional needs deeply.
  • Each pupil is understood and celebrated. They learn to value themselves and to deeply respect others.
  • As one parent put it, ‘this is a school full of heart and dedicated to making sure each child is valued and supported to achieve’.
  • Pupils feel involved in school life and behave exceptionally well.
  • In lessons, pupils focus intently on their learning, determined to succeed.
  • The school is resolute that every pupil will achieve the very best they can. It has developed a broad and ambitious curriculum from Nursery to Year 6.
  • The school is vigilant in identifying pupils early who have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Teachers adapt their teaching highly effectively so pupils with SEND learn the same ambitious curriculum as their peers.
  • Reading is taught exceptionally well.
  • Teachers understand pupils’ needs well and make sure they get the right support.
  • Teachers use assessment skilfully, checking systematically for understanding, addressing misconceptions and challenging pupils to explain their thinking.
  • Governors are passionately committed to supporting leaders in achieving the ambitious shared vision.
  • Staff are overwhelmingly proud to be part of this vibrant, diverse and happy school.

Ofsted Report June 2024

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OFSTED 2024

the evidence gathered suggests that the inspection grade might be outstanding if a graded inspection were carried out now
Ofsted June 2024

I am extremely pleased to share with you our Ofsted report from the Inspection carried out in June 2024.

At Fairlight we have always believed that the school is amazing and it is good to see that Ofsted agree.

We didn’t aim to be outstanding. We aimed to be Fairlight.

The families, children and community of the Lewes Road and surrounding areas deserve an outstanding school and it is good to see that under the new Ofsted Inspection framework that Fairlight Primary and Nursery School is and can be that school.

The hard work however starts now to maintain these extremely high standards that we have set and to aim even higher.

Mr Jordan- a very proud Headteacher

 

There are so many positive comments in the report about what Ofsted saw during the inspection.

These are some of our highlights:

  • Pupils are warmly welcomed and safe in their nurturing and inclusive school.
  • Adults understand pupils’ academic and emotional needs deeply.
  • Each pupil is understood and celebrated. They learn to value themselves and to deeply respect others.
  • As one parent put it, ‘this is a school full of heart and dedicated to making sure each child is valued and supported to achieve’.
  • Pupils feel involved in school life and behave exceptionally well.
  • In lessons, pupils focus intently on their learning, determined to succeed.
  • The school is resolute that every pupil will achieve the very best they can. It has developed a broad and ambitious curriculum from Nursery to Year 6.
  • The school is vigilant in identifying pupils early who have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Teachers adapt their teaching highly effectively so pupils with SEND learn the same ambitious curriculum as their peers.
  • Reading is taught exceptionally well.
  • Teachers understand pupils’ needs well and make sure they get the right support.
  • Teachers use assessment skilfully, checking systematically for understanding, addressing misconceptions and challenging pupils to explain their thinking.
  • Governors are passionately committed to supporting leaders in achieving the ambitious shared vision.
  • Staff are overwhelmingly proud to be part of this vibrant, diverse and happy school.

Ofsted Report June 2024

of
Zoom:

OFSTED 2024

the evidence gathered suggests that the inspection grade might be outstanding if a graded inspection were carried out now
Ofsted June 2024

I am extremely pleased to share with you our Ofsted report from the Inspection carried out in June 2024.

At Fairlight we have always believed that the school is amazing and it is good to see that Ofsted agree.

We didn’t aim to be outstanding. We aimed to be Fairlight.

The families, children and community of the Lewes Road and surrounding areas deserve an outstanding school and it is good to see that under the new Ofsted Inspection framework that Fairlight Primary and Nursery School is and can be that school.

The hard work however starts now to maintain these extremely high standards that we have set and to aim even higher.

Mr Jordan- a very proud Headteacher

 

There are so many positive comments in the report about what Ofsted saw during the inspection.

These are some of our highlights:

  • Pupils are warmly welcomed and safe in their nurturing and inclusive school.
  • Adults understand pupils’ academic and emotional needs deeply.
  • Each pupil is understood and celebrated. They learn to value themselves and to deeply respect others.
  • As one parent put it, ‘this is a school full of heart and dedicated to making sure each child is valued and supported to achieve’.
  • Pupils feel involved in school life and behave exceptionally well.
  • In lessons, pupils focus intently on their learning, determined to succeed.
  • The school is resolute that every pupil will achieve the very best they can. It has developed a broad and ambitious curriculum from Nursery to Year 6.
  • The school is vigilant in identifying pupils early who have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Teachers adapt their teaching highly effectively so pupils with SEND learn the same ambitious curriculum as their peers.
  • Reading is taught exceptionally well.
  • Teachers understand pupils’ needs well and make sure they get the right support.
  • Teachers use assessment skilfully, checking systematically for understanding, addressing misconceptions and challenging pupils to explain their thinking.
  • Governors are passionately committed to supporting leaders in achieving the ambitious shared vision.
  • Staff are overwhelmingly proud to be part of this vibrant, diverse and happy school.

Ofsted Report June 2024

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