Adisham Church Of England Primary School was inspected by Ofsted in July 2017 and graded as Outstanding in all areas.

We received an ungraded (section 8) inspection of an outstanding school in November 2023.

Please read the reports below

Here are some quotes from Ofsted from our most recent visit from Ofsted:

Pupils are happy at this school.

They thrive in this small village school.

The school prioritises a strong sense of community.

Pupils are excited to learn.

They remember their learning.

The school sets high expectations for every pupil to achieve.

Those pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) are fully included in school life.

Every pupil is treated as an individual.

Pupils feel safe. They have trusted adults they can talk to.

The school regularly reviews behaviour procedures to ensure they meet the needs of all pupils, particularly those with SEND.

Wider curriculum opportunities are carefully planned to enhance pupils’ learning. Trips and visits are designed to reinforce different areas of the curriculum.

The curriculum is ambitious and accessible for every pupil.

The school uses technology effectively to enhance the curriculum. They adapt learning successfully for all learners.

Pupils with SEND are supported expertly. This means that they are able to access the curriculum fully.

The school checks what pupils know and remember effectively. They use this information to plan pupils’ next steps and address any gaps in learning. This starts right from the early years where the learning environment enhances the curriculum.

Pupils are engaged well in lessons. The school helps pupils to access and understand their learning.

Pupils’ personal development is woven throughout the curriculum.

School staff know every pupil well. Each pupil is celebrated as an individual.

Pupils work closely with their next year group in the mixed-age classes. As a result, they are well prepared for their next stage of learning.

You can also find the latest Ofsted Report here: