Warren Hills Community Primary School is a 'good provider' as awarded on 3rd May 2017 by OFSTED.
The Inspectors comments included:
"Parents are pleased with the school. I spoke to parents in the playground and looked carefully at the responses to the Ofsted online questionnaire, Parent View. Parents spoke about the welcoming nature of the school and the caring teachers and staff. They talked about the high expectations for behaviour in the school. They said learning was interesting and their children could not wait to get into school. Parents of Reception and Nursery children commented on the inclusive nature of the settings and strong focus on the basic skills, early reading and writing. As a result of this strong emphasis, along with a well-planned learning environment, children make good progress from very low and differing starting points."
"Pupils feel safe in the school and their parents agree. Discussions with pupils showed that they know they have someone to talk to if they have concerns. They said that teachers care for them. There is a well-planned curriculum to support pupils in knowing how to be safe, which includes understanding the potential dangers of the internet."