Castle Wood School

Transforming the lives of pupils through learning, innovation, inclusion and partnerships

Outstanding teaching is characterised by lively creative and imaginative learning (Ofsted 2015). Parents are well supported by the school and partnership working between home and school is very strong (Ofsted 2015). Pupils individual needs are met very effectively by diligent staff and exciting activities (Ofsted 2015). Senior leaders and governors have created a positive learning climate enabling pupils to thrive (Ofsted 2015). Pupils are enthusiastic learners (Ofsted 2015). Lessons are typified by a wide range of creative stimulating and interesting activities for pupils (Ofsted 2015). Parents are well supported by the school, and partnership working between home and school is very strong Parents hold the school in high regard (Ofsted 2015).

Inclusion

All children have the right to access the whole school curriculum in a real, relevant and meaningful way.

Children and adults learn best in an environment where they feel valued, accepted and respected.

Discrimination undermines both perpetrators and victims ability to achieve; our curriculum, relationships and organisation must challenge this and present positive images and practices.

All adults and children who enter our school community have equal worth.