Grange Primary School is delighted to announce its recent achievement of a ‘Good’ rating with 2 areas of ‘Outstanding’ in behaviour and attitudes, as well as personal development, following a recent inspection by Ofsted. The school is immensely proud of this recognition, which underscores its commitment to providing a nurturing and enriching environment where pupils thrive.
Parental feedback echoes the sentiment shared by many, with one parent describing Grange as not just a school, but a family. The school’s emphasis on creating a supportive and inclusive community is evident in the way pupils feel safe, enjoy school, and are encouraged to pursue their aspirations.
At the heart of Grange Primary School is the ‘Granger Code’, embodying the school’s values, which are instilled in every aspect of school life. The focus on personal development is paramount, with pupils encouraged to dream big and fly high. The school goes beyond the classroom to provide a diverse range of experiences, ensuring holistic growth and development.
The Marches Academy Trust’s effective support is instrumental in Grange’s success, with leaders and staff embracing a clear vision for the school’s future. Their commitment to academic and social flourishing is reflected in initiatives such as the comprehensive reading programme, which cultivates confident and fluent readers from an early age.
Furthermore, Grange Primary School offers residential trips to all pupils, providing valuable opportunities for building confidence and independence outside the classroom. Parents commend these experiences for their positive impact on their children’s development.
Grange Primary School remains dedicated to nurturing the potential of every child, fostering a culture of excellence, and empowering students to succeed academically and personally.
Charlotte Summers, Headteacher comments, “I am so proud of our recent achievement and the exceptional dedication of our staff, the unwavering support of our parents, and the enthusiasm of our pupils. Together, we continue to foster a culture where every child feels valued, inspired, and empowered to reach their potential. I am also delighted that From Easter 2024, we are able to accommodate children from 2 years old in our nursery, another positive development for Grange Primary School.”
For more information on our school and nursery which now takes children from 2 years old, please visit our website www.grangeprimaryshrewsbury.co.uk or to book a tour, please call 01743 462984.
Our last Ofsted report can be found here.
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Ofsted Inspections will on their website here.