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  • “Pupils are consistently thoughtful towards each other and the relationships between them and staff show respect and trust, fostering pupils' interest in learning and their desire to achieve.”
    Roselands Infants Ofsted 2010
  • “Pupils behave well and say they feel safe. Pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural awareness is a strength.”
    Stafford Junior Ofsted June 2014
  • “Outstanding care, guidance and support make sure that pupils develop strong personal qualities which fit them well for the next stage of their education.”
    Roselands Infants Ofsted 2010
  • “The progress of pupils who receive additional funding and those disabled or with special educational needs is better than their peers' nationally.”
    Stafford Junior Ofsted June 2014
  • “Pupils thoroughly enjoy school and are excited about their work.”
    Roselands Infants Ofsted 2010
  • “The behaviour of pupils is good. Pupils are polite and friendly.”
    Stafford Junior Ofsted June 2014
  • “Pupils are known as individuals and staff build strong relationships with parents and carers which contribute to pupils' progress. Every child is known and valued.”
    Roselands Infants Ofsted 2010
  • “The school's work to keep pupils safe and secure is good. Pupils know how to keep safe, and know about e-safety. Pupils show a good understanding of different forms of bullying, including cyber bullying.”
    Stafford Junior Ofsted June 2014
  • “Providing equal opportunities and tackling discrimination lies at the heart of the school's work.”
    Roselands Infants Ofsted 2010
  • “Pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is a strength of the school. Pupils develop an appreciation of the arts and sports in a variety of ways. They show a healthy respect for one another. Many play musical instruments, take part in competitions and events.”
    Stafford Junior Ofsted June 2014

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