Inclusion Quality Mark
In November 2017 we were visited by Alex Butler a national Inclusion Mark Assessor. He completed a full and rigorous assessment of the school’s work, meeting with children, staff members, parents and governors. We have now received the full report which includes the following statement, "In May 2015 OFSTED assessed St Wilfrid’s CE Primary School as being inadequate and the school was put into special measures. The school has undergone a transformation since this inspection and it now provides children with inspiring and engaging teaching and learning in a happy school with a strong sense of community. The Head of School, leaders, teachers and support staff in the school, parents and children are proud of their school and all share a commitment that St Wilfrid’s, and all the children there, will achieve the very best that they can." The assessor also commented that, “The school demonstrated a commitment to further developing their inclusive practice and expressed an interest in becoming an Inclusion Quality Mark Centre of Excellence..” We are obviously incredibly proud of this recognition and have been celebrating with the children in class and in our assemblies.