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The inspection visit in July 2022 confirmed the previous judgement that our school is a ‘good’ school.   

The leadership team had maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection.

The Inspectors judged that Normanby Primary School radiates a calm, peaceful and purposeful atmosphere. Pupils talk confidently about the school’s STAR values – self-belief, teamwork, achievement and respect. Pupils know these values will help them at school and throughout their lives.

Pupils demonstrate excellent behaviour. They concentrate in lessons, responding quickly to adult instruction. Teachers ensure that pupils take an active part in every lesson. The use of individual whiteboards means all pupils answer questions asked by adults. Pupils say that bullying does not happen very often. They know to tell a trusted adult who will deal with it and help them. Pupils say they can talk to trusted adults about anything that worries them.  Staff are incredibly positive about working at Normanby. They enjoy celebrating pupil success in every ‘Feel Good Friday’ assembly.

In June 2014 the school converted to become an academy, and is now part of the Ironstone Trust. Leaders, managers and staff benefit from working collaboratively with other schools in the trust, regularly sharing best value principles and good practices, with diligence. Records demonstrate that governors and trustees challenge and support leaders conscientiously.


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