A primary school previously described as ‘outstanding’ by Oftsed has been judged as ‘inadequate’ by the education watchdog after a recent inspection.
Holme-on-Spalding Moor Primary has received the concerning news less than four years after Ofsted inspectors ruled that it was an outstanding school.
Their latest report found that the achievement of pupils at the school is inadequate, the quality of teaching requires improvement, leadership and management requires improvement and overall effectiveness is inadequate. The behaviour and safety of pupils is rated as good.
Full story in next Thursday’s (10 April) Pocklington Post.