At our last inspection, Knop Law was judged by Ofsted to be 'Outstanding' in all areas.
Above are the words used most in our latest Ofsted Report - with the size of the word representative of the frequency of its use. Read the report in full:
- Pupils’ achievement is outstanding. They enter the Reception Year with typical skills for their age. Pupils make rapid and sustained progress throughout the school so that by the end of Year 6, standards in mathematics, writing and reading are high. Also...
- Teachers plan exciting lessons that interest all pupils. They create many opportunities for pupils to work together and to learn from research activities.
- Teachers use pupils’ past learning exceptionally well. This helps them set work that matches pupils’ needs and abilities.
- Teaching assistants, and other adults, are used extremely well to support pupils’ learning both in class and in small group activities outside the classroom.
- Behaviour is outstanding because pupils take exceptional responsibility for their learning. This makes a very strong contribution to their outstanding progress.
- Pupils say they enjoy school and that they are safe. Parents and staff strongly agree that pupils are safe and enjoy school.
- The curriculum offers many exciting opportunities for learning with pupils taking part in many additional activities. It makes an outstanding contribution to pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
- As a result of outstanding leadership and management, pupils are exceptionally well prepared for the next stage of their education.