‘Inspirational’ Bristol primary school rated ‘outstanding’ in latest Ofsted report

A Bristol primary school has been named ‘inspirational’ by Ofsted after a recent inspection. Ashton Gate Primary School, which provides education for 776 pupils aged four to 11, was rated ‘outstanding’ in every category during the inspection on 5 and 6 March.

Ofsted was full of praise for the primary school and pupils as pupils were described as “proud to be Ashton Gaters”, where they are allowed to “flourish and soar together”. Ofsted noted that staff have high expectations of their pupils and that pupils are able to meet these expectations.

The school’s chief executive Gareth Jones said he was “very proud” of his staff. He also called the children at the school “a delight to teach”.

READ MORE: Primary school near Bristol downgraded in recent Ofsted inspection

READ MORE: Ofsted praises ‘good’ nursery near Bristol for meeting disabled children’s needs

Ofsted said the school leaves children prepared for secondary education and at the other end, pupils get “an excellent start to their education”. The report said: “Ashton Gate Primary is an inspirational school where pupils flourish and ‘rise high together’. School is very interesting for all students.

“Students are proud to be ‘Ashton Gates’, demonstrating independence and resilience. They leave school well equipped for the challenges of secondary education.

“Students get a great start in their education. The school prepares students to become curious and enthusiastic learners. Children learn this from the moment they start reception school.

Related Articles

Back to top button