In July 2013 OMPS was inspected by Ofsted and judged to be "good".
Below is a summary of key findings from the report. To view the full report, please refer to the downloads section on the right hand side of this page.
Ofsted Report 2013
Summary of key findings for parents and pupils
This is a good school.
- This happy and welcoming school, that does as its motto says, and ‘changes lives.’
- All pupils achieve well. From low individual starting points, they make good progress in reading, writing and mathematics.
- Children make good progress in the Early Years Foundation Stage.
- Teaching is good and outstanding practice is evident. Pupils achieve well because all staff have high aspirations for pupils to succeed.
- Pupils’ behaviour and attitudes are good. They are keen to do well and meet the school’s high aims.
- Pupils say, and their parents fully agree, that they feel completely safe.
- The interesting range of activities offered by the school makes an outstanding contribution to pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
- The leadership of the headteacher and the executive headteacher is outstanding. Together with phase leaders and the governors, they have, despite staff changes, improved the quality of teaching and pupils’ achievement well in the last two years
Parents can give their opinions of Old Moat through the parent view section of the Ofsted website here.