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Ofsted Report

Staff and pupils at Welbourne Primary Academy were delighted with the results of their latest Ofsted inspection, which judged the school to be ‘Good’ across all areas.

The Academy received commendation for its “inclusive and nurturing environment,” and was noted for being a place where “pupils enjoy attending” and feel “safe and well-cared for.” Quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development, leadership and management, and early years provision were each rated ‘Good’, acknowledging the Academy’s continuous efforts to ensure a quality education for every student.

Tracy Lawson, Principal at Welbourne Primary Academy, said: “We are thrilled with the positive feedback in this Ofsted report, which recognises our commitment to delivering learning experiences that prepare our children for the future. Creating a safe environment where pupils feel valued and enjoy their learning is essential for their success and paramount at Welbourne. The praise we received for our wellbeing-focus reinforces the importance we place on nurturing our students’ social, emotional, mental, and physical health. I am particularly proud that these efforts have been recognised. "We are extremely grateful to our community, parents, pupils, and dedicated staff for their contributions to this achievement. The Academy’s values of honesty, excellence, aspiration, respect and teamwork radiated throughout the report, which is a testament to the collective efforts of everyone.”