A bright future

PUBLISHED: 13:11 05 October 2006 | UPDATED: 14:50 12 May 2010

Head teacher Sue Arnold with the pupils - Pic: Dan Wilson 1938DW9

Head teacher Sue Arnold with the pupils - Pic: Dan Wilson 1938DW9

THE future looks bright for Guilden Morden Primary School after an Ofsted inspection recognised the school s excellent leadership, high quality care, and good teaching. Ofsted inspectors said: The school has improved well since its last inspection, and i

THE future looks bright for Guilden Morden Primary School after an Ofsted inspection recognised the school's excellent leadership, high quality care, and good teaching.

Ofsted inspectors said: "The school has improved well since its last inspection, and is in a very good position to continue to move forward.

"Pupils' good academic skills combine well with their effective social development, preparing them exceptionally well for their future lives.

"The head teacher's outstanding leadership has led to many improvements, particularly in pupils' behaviour and in improving academic standards."

Head teacher Sue Arnold said: "We were delighted with the report and believe it reflects the whole school team approach we have at Guilden Morden.

"Plans for the future include increasing facilities for the early years.


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