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Ofsted Link & Parent View

The most recent inspections took place in September 2021 and May 2016.

To read the report, please click on the Ofsted logo below to be taken to the Ofsted website.

Ofsted Inspection - September 2021 - article is here



From the 2021 Report -

“The children’s positive behaviour makes a strong contribution to the friendly atmosphere of the school”.

“Pupils have a wealth of opportunities to take part in activities beyond the classroom. They make positive contributions to the school and the local community”.

“The school’s broad curriculum promotes pupils’ wider development highly effectively”.

“The school’s work to promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is of high quality”

“Pupils develop their knowledge and skills across an interesting and ambitious curriculum”.

“Pupils play together happily and participate in lessons with confidence and enthusiasm”.

“Parents, carers and pupils value the opportunities for pupils’ wider development and enrichment activities. Pupils love playing and learning in the outdoor areas”

“Safeguarding is a high priority and all staff take responsibility”

“The curriculum strongly promotes the safety and well-being”


From the 2016 Report -

"The outstanding headteacher has a clear vision of what the school should be. He is well supported by the deputy headteacher, other staff and governors. Together their skills are driving improvements in teaching and the achievement of pupils"

"Parents indicate how pleased they are with their children’s progress and the stimulating curriculum which ignites pupils’ enthusiasm. Many visits and after-school clubs enrich learning"

"Commitment and dedication to every individual child is a striking feature of this school. The headteacher’s vision has created a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment where pupils are encouraged to aim high and achieve well. The barriers some children face in their learning are not allowed to impact negatively on their future. The work of two learning mentors very effectively supports the personal development and emotional well-being of children who are most at risk of underachieving"

"Pupils enjoy school and this is shown in the excellent relationships with teachers and teaching assistants. They persevere when faced with difficulties and are resilient in tackling challenges. Pupils listen carefully to each other and adults and are strongly motivated to learn. Pupils’ confidence and self-esteem is high because their achievements are regularly celebrated. Parents believe their children are well taught and make good progress"


Pupil and Parent Questionnaire

Our annual questionnaires are sent out towards the end of the spring term or start of the summer term. We received an overwhelming number of positive responses from parents and pupils. Thank you for your support. Your views are very important to us and the questionnaires have highlighted certain areas which you feel the school could improve, which we are currently taking into account and addressing. The latest set of responses can be found to the right of this page

What is Parent View?

Ofsted set up Parent View in October 2011, as an online service for parents to share and view information about their child's school.

Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about Neston Primary School.

Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects - from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.

By sharing your views, you’ll be helping Neston Primary School to improve. You will also be able to see what other parents have said. If you want to, you can view the results for any school in England.

You will need to register with Parent View before you can see any school details. Please click on the link below.

Parent View Sign In

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Neston Primary School

Burton Road, Neston,Cheshire, CH64 9RE

Claire Evans | Bursar

0151 832 6251