Cuddington and Dinton CofE School rated 'Good'

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Published by the Mix96 News Team at 11:55am 14th November 2017.

Cuddington and Dinton Church of England School in Aylesbury has been again rating as 'Good' by Ofsted.

The regulator praised 'good quality education' and 'determined leadership' after the inspection last month

The last time the school was inspected was back in 2012.

From the report:

This school continues to be good.

The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection.

In the five years since the previous inspection, there have been considerable changes in staffing. Through these changes you have shown strong determined leadership. You have created an environment which is ambitious for pupils, staff and the wider community. You have focused on developing the capacity and effectiveness of your teaching staff. Good-quality training for staff ensures that pupils make good progress. All staff and governors are working hard to live up to the school’s vision, ‘To realise the potential in all’. Staff morale is high. There is a strong sense of teamwork, and all staff feel proud to be members of the school.

Parents describe the school as ‘amazing’, ‘wonderful’ and ‘fantastic’. The vast majority believe the school is well led and managed. One parent described the school as: ‘an extremely well led, warm and nurturing school, with strong values’.

You can read the report in full here.

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