Tregoze School Maintains ‘Good’ Ofsted Rating
After an inspection in early November, Ofsted has published their latest report on Tregoze Primary School. We are delighted to announce that, once again, Tregoze Primary School has been found to be a ‘Good’ school.
Principal, Helen Tudor, joined the school in 2012 and during this time has been instrumental in developing her staff, who she is extremely proud of.
She also introduced Class Dojo to improve communications with parents and carers, something that was really valuable when the school had to revert to online learning during both lockdowns, and continues to be a very effective tool today.
Since the school’s last inspection, Mrs.Tudor has also introduced an outdoor learning environment in Reception, in support of her commitment to create an excellent Early Years experience for our children, which was commended by Ofsted within the report.
Mrs Tudor said: ‘`I am delighted to share this amazing news today. I am very proud of all we have achieved as a school, particularly over the last eighteen months, so to see this recognised is a fantastic achievement and an acknowledgement of the hard work of all our staff and students in these challenging times.’
At The White Horse Federation, we are immensely proud of everything Helen and her team and wider school community have achieved. It is fantastic to see yet another member of The White Horse Federation family receive a ‘Good’ rating, in the run up to Christmas, following hot on the heels of Nyland School. Well done to everyone at Tregoze Primary School!
To find out more, please take a look at our blog on the Tregoze Primary School website.