What Estyn say

Over a relatively short period of time most pupils make noteworthy progress in all of  their skills including literacy, numeracy and, social and communication skills. In  addition most pupils attend the school regularly and clearly enjoy their time at school.  

Staff have established positive and trusting relationships with pupils. They  understand the needs of pupils well and are empathetic. They provide pupils with  valuable support in lessons and throughout the day.  

The school has developed appropriate assessments and tracks pupils’ progress  effectively.  

The collaborative approach to planning the curriculum has engaged pupils well. As a  result, pupils have increased ownership over what they learn and are developing very  useful research and enquiry skills.  

The school's restorative and reflective approach helps pupils to develop positive  relationships with their peers and staff.