Following our recent Ofsted inspection, we are delighted to share our inspection report with you.
The inspectors concluded that Illogan is a ‘GOOD’ school, a benchmark that is high under the current Ofsted framework. We are delighted that the inspectors captured the many strengths of the school and recognised the hard work undertaken by all in the school community.
The inspectors graded Illogan Primary School ‘GOOD’ in all areas (Quality of Education, Behaviour and Attitudes, Personal Development, Leadership and Management and Early Years Provision), resulting in an Overall Effectiveness of GOOD for the School.
We consider this an excellent achievement for the school and are exceptionally proud of all staff and pupils. I am delighted that the hard work undertaken by the Illogan staff has been recognised. I am particularly pleased that Ofsted recognised the journey of improvements since the last inspection.
The report highlights the many elements of good provision at Illogan School as well as the next steps to continue to move the school forward. What is very satisfying is that the areas identified were already within the school development plan prior to the inspection and several actions have taken place towards these already.
Once again, may I thank all those involved in the inspection itself, especially the staff, Crofty Multi-Academy Trust, governors and the pupils who shone during the inspection process and continue to make a positive contribution to school life every day.
Please take the time to read the inspection report in full as it evidences a school that is not only good, but one that continuously strives to improve and excel.
Please click on the link below to read the Ofsted report.