Tower Bridge Primary continues to be a Good school.
Tower Bridge had an Ofsted inspection on the 9th and 10th of October 2019.
Because Tower Bridge was already judged as a good school at our previous inspection in 2016, we had a Section 8 two day inspection with one inspector. The purpose was to see if the school remained a good school and therefore the report does not contain individual grades for each of the key areas: Quality of Education, Behaviour and Attitudes, Personal Development Leadership and Management and Early Years.
The inspection was under the new September 2019 framework. The new framework is very different to previous frameworks; it is a tougher process and focuses more on the curriculum and going deeper into chosen subjects (Deep Dive).
As you will read, the inspector was extremely impressed with our school and what we continue to achieve. Here are some of the headlines:
“Pupils feel safe and cared for because leaders prioritise their welfare.”
“Pupils are enthusiastic in lessons.”
“Pupils achieve well here.”
“Teachers plan lessons to build on what they already know” and “sequence activities carefully”.
“Leaders have high expectations for all pupils. The school’s inclusive culture reflects this.”
“Leaders make sure that safeguarding is their number one priority.”
We will continue to work tirelessly on school improvement, but are happy in the knowledge that Tower Bridge continues to provide an excellent education for all our pupils.
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You can see details about how our results compare to similar schools and schools nationally by clicking on the link below.
Parent View is available by following the above link.
In school we carry out an annual Parent and Pupil Survey. Here are the latest results from our survey in November 2017.
The results are also published in our Annual Report to Parents which you can find on our curriculum page.