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Drapers’ Pyrgo Priory school in Harold Hill celebrates good provider Ofsted report

PUBLISHED: 17:16 07 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:16 07 February 2018

Pupils at Drapers Pyrgo Priory School celebrating the latest Ofsted result with teacher Miss Caws

Pupils at Drapers Pyrgo Priory School celebrating the latest Ofsted result with teacher Miss Caws

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A primary school in Romford is celebrating a positive Ofsted Report, after an inspection in January.

Pupils at Drapers Pyrgo Priory School celebrating the latest Ofsted result with teacher Miss Caws Pupils at Drapers Pyrgo Priory School celebrating the latest Ofsted result with teacher Miss Caws

Principal Karen Becker was delighted to inform staff and parents that Drapers’ Pyrgo Priory School in Settle Road, continues to be recognised as a Good Provider following a one day Ofsted inspection shortly after Christmas.

Mrs Becker said: “My team of staff and I are incredibly proud to see all the hard work and dedication rewarded in this way.

“The report was overwhelmingly positive, with only ‘attendance and persistent absence’ being observed as needing improvement.

“This is an area we are already working closely with the community to improve.”

Inspectors observed in particular that the safeguarding strategy in place was an effective one.

Ofsted said of the school’s leadership team: “[They have] maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection.

“[They] have set high expectations for what pupils can achieve.”

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