Tutshill C of E School were inspected by Ofsted in November 2014.
According to Ofsted we are a ‘Good’ school with ‘Outstanding Features’
Here are some of the points that the inspectors made about Tutshill C of E school:
The headteacher and the deputy headteacher carefully check the quality of teaching. They provide good guidance to help improve it.
The headteacher and deputy headteacher have a shared vision and a strong drive to improve the school that is fully supported by staff and the governing body. This is bringing about improvements, especially in the quality of teaching.
The early years provision is outstanding, with children making outstanding progress in their learning.
The governing body is effective in questioning senior leaders about the quality of teaching and pupils’ achievement.
Pupils have access to a variety of school activities, such as listening to visiting speakers from different backgrounds and opportunities to celebrate festivals such as Diwali. For example, the school has weeks based on themes such as ‘Black History’. These activities support pupils’ personal development and enable them to acquire tolerance and understanding of others to prepare them for life in modern Britain.