Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills, they inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages. Harrow Primary School, at its inception, elected to stay within the Ofsted regime as it believes this framework serves the schools, parents and staff needs to strengthen the work of the school for the betterment of the education of its students.
Below are some statements from our latest visit report, conducted in January 2017...
Pupil Achievement and Behaviour
“By the end of year 6, pupils make good progress in Mathematics.”
“Pupils have positive attitudes to learning. They actively participate in learning activities and are proud of their work.”
“Pupils are motivated by rewards they receive for good behaviour. Pupils took great pleasure in explaining the traffic lights and stars system to the inspectors. Pupils take responsibility for their own behaviour and this has a positive impact on their personal development and learning.”
Quality of Learning & Curriculum
“Classrooms provide a positive learning environment for pupils. There are stimulating displays which celebrate the achievements of pupils and subject information.”
"the quality of their [the students] creative writing is high."
“Teachers make effective use of resources, including computers, to support pupils’ learning.”
“…the new headteacher has a clear vision for pupils to grow up and contribute to society, as British citizens and as members of the Muslim Community.”
“Leaders encourage pupils to develop their imagination and creativity.”
“Staff morale is high. They are very supportive of the new headteacher.”
|Download our latest Ofsted ReportHPS Ofsted inspection June and July 2017.PDF