Ofsted say that Churchfields is Outstanding in Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare and Good in all other areas.
|Leadership and Management||Good|
|Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare||Outstanding|
|Outcomes for Pupils||Good|
|Early Years Provision||Good|
Pupils make good and improving progress across the school. This is because of the close attention paid by all leaders to improving teaching.
Good teaching in stimulating and well organised classrooms both inside and outdoors is leading to children making good progress across the early years and thoroughly enjoying learning.
Pupils are very keen to learn and immerse themselves enthusiastically in learning.
Pupils conduct themselves responsibly at all times. They help to keep the school calm by reminding others what is expected of them.
Pupils are well cared for and this care is greatly valued by pupils and their parents.
Pupils say that they feel very safe and are confident to talk to any member of staff.
Specialist teaching gives the subjects involved a high profile. Pupil progress under these teachers is at least good and work is of a high standard.
The needs of pupils who have special educational needs or disability in the resource unit are catered for well.
The pupils' school lives are greatly enriched by an extensive range of additional activities so their interests and talents can grow.
Governors are fully involved in identifying priorities for action and checking that challenging targets are met.