St Peter and St Paul CE Academy, celebrates ‘Exemplary behaviour’ in maintaining ‘Good’ Ofsted rating
Pupils at St Peter and St Paul Church of England Academy in Syston demonstrated their ‘thirst for learning’ to Ofsted inspectors during the inspection on the 29th and 30th March.
The academy, part of Rise Multi Academy Trust, are delighted to have retained its ‘Good’ grading, with pupils’ behaviour identified as ‘exemplary’. Inspectors observed how ‘pupils truly do demonstrate the school's three values of respect, honesty and perseverance’ and how ‘leaders have ensured that there is a focus on teaching pupils how to behave’.
Welcoming the report, Claire Mulhern, Headteacher, said ‘We are very pleased that inspectors saw the many strengths of St Peter and St Paul CE Academy. They recognised our ambitious curriculum and high standard of teaching across the school. However, we are particularly proud that they have also commended the school on the opportunities for pupils to develop their talents and interests, including through sports and the arts, as well as the range of support provided for our pupils with special educational needs.
Report highlights included:
Mark Cole, CEO of Rise Multi Academy Trust commented,’ We are delighted that inspectors see St Peter and St Paul’s as we do. As a family of schools, we have worked hard on our shared curriculum, and this is another inspection where Ofsted recognise the quality of this work on the outcomes of pupils’.