Bessacarr school told it must improve

Bessacarr Primary School production of Charlie and the chocolate factory. L/r Evie Fox (11), Azriel Chan (11), Melissa Swaby (10), Lucy Bottomley (11), Rachel Masterman (11), Jenna Davies (9), Layla Casson (11), Lauren Munford-Saunders (10) and Rachel Gladders (10).   Picture: Malcolm Billingham

Bessacarr Primary School production of Charlie and the chocolate factory. L/r Evie Fox (11), Azriel Chan (11), Melissa Swaby (10), Lucy Bottomley (11), Rachel Masterman (11), Jenna Davies (9), Layla Casson (11), Lauren Munford-Saunders (10) and Rachel Gladders (10). Picture: Malcolm Billingham

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A primary school has failed to maintain its previously good standards and must improve in a number of areas, education watchdogs have ruled.

Ofsted inspectors gave Bessacarr Primary School a ‘requires improvement’ rating - the second lowest possible - in all key areas including pupil achievement, teaching and leadership.

It follows a previous inspection in 2009, and an interim visit in 2012, which both rated the school as ‘good’.

 

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