In their recent OFSTED Report Endsleigh Holy Child RC Primary School was found to have improved over the past 18 months. Central to this improvement has been the good leadership demonstrated by the headteacher and his deputy headteacher and the very caring ethos of the school, with mutual respect and consideration for others at its core. Pupils value this caring community, making comments such as, ‘we look out for each other’. Their high rates of attendance reflect their enjoyment.
Arriving with skills that are slightly below average, children thrive within the Early Years Foundation Stage, making good progress in key areas of their learning by the end of the Reception Year. Pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities make good progress. This is because of the good care, guidance and support pupils receive, along with the rigorous tracking systems, which ensure pupils’ specific needs receive prompt attention