Iver Heath

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  • 'Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all' Aristotle
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  • 'Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire' WB Yeats
  • 'Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world' Nelson Mandela

Ofsted Letter                                                     


8th February 2018

Dear Parents,

The Governors and I have great pleasure in sharing the result of our latest Ofsted inspection with you. As you may know the inspection on Tuesday 23rd January was a Section 8 Inspection which means it would last for just one day unless there were any issues or concerns. I am pleased to say that there were no concerns and the school remains in the Ofsted category of ‘Good’.  Her Majesty’s Inspector, Sue Cox, who carried out the inspection, has written a letter rather than a full report as this was just a short one day inspection. In the letter, which will be published on the Ofsted website and our school website from next week, and will be available as a hard copy in the school entrance hall she states some of the many positive attributes of our school. Amongst these are:

‘The school is a happy, thriving community.’

‘Pupils’ behaviour is impeccable.’

Pupils ‘work and play happily together and have highly positive attitudes to learning.’

‘Pupils take great pride in their achievements and present their work beautifully.’

There are just three ‘next steps’ given to assist the school in improving still further. These include developing children’s writing in the Early Years (Nursery and Reception) and challenging our more able children to achieve even higher standards in Maths at the end of Key Stage 1.

We are very pleased with the report and we hope that you find it interesting. If you have any questions you wish to ask, please do not hesitate to email or call in at the office to arrange to see me.

Yours sincerely


Mrs J Baker

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