Below you will find the OFSTED page where you will find their most recent inspection report. The report outlines much to celebrate, for example:
The school is a very welcoming place. Pupils are well cared for and feel safe. Staff know pupils well. One pupil’s comment reflected the views of many when she said that, ‘in Laira Green, you will always get the help and support you need’.
Pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) receive precise support to help them catch up. The special educational needs coordinator oversees the additional help pupils receive well. These pupils receive the support they need, and they do not miss too much of classroom learning with their classmates.
Leaders have developed a strong programme for pupils’ personal development. They study important events such as Holocaust Memorial Day and learn about different faiths. Staff support pupils with social and emotional needs very well. Staff try to understand what might be worrying these pupils. Over time, many of these pupils improve their behaviour as a result of the support they receive.
They acknowledge that the new staffing structure established last year is addressing the curriculum weaknesses, already identified by the school, but this hasn’t yet had sufficient time to embed and prove impact. They do naturally though, highlight areas for development and I’d like to assure you that steps are already in place to address these issues. Our strong team of dedicated staff will continue to work tirelessly to ensure that the plans already in place show their impact across the school as speedily as possible.
If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact either your class teacher or myself, through the school office, and we will be happy to address any concern.