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Staff and pupils at Blessed Sacrament Primary School in Aintree are celebrating after its recent Ofsted report.
The school has recieved a positive report which the school believed that the inspection team really did capture what their ‘good’ school is all about – including all of the hard work that went into turning the school around to be a real success.
Headteacher Mr Davey, said: “Ofsted said that we are a happy school and that we all have the highest of ambitions for every child and we are determined to give all children the best possible education (including high ambition and good support in Early Years).
“They saw how keen, enthusiastic and safe our pupils are and they witnessed the excellent relationships adults in school have with them, including staff dealing with any concerns quickly and effectively.
“Our curriculum is very exciting for the children, they love to learn. We have amazing outdoor play areas from early Years – Year 6, an edible playground, a forest school and den making area and even an outdoor gym for the infant children – not to mention our giant school field. All this, alongside the huge variety of day trips and holiday’s away with school give our children a great school offer.
“We are very positive about what the future holds for Blessed Sacrament Catholic Primary School, as were the inspection team, who commented that “they would be fascinated to see where we will be in four years as they had a really good feeling about our school.
“Achieving this good judgement has been a whole team effort from the children, to their parents, to my staff team and the governors and I cannot thank them enough. All we want to do now is to continue to make our school even better.”