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Heathfields Infant School

Heathfields Infant School
Saxon Close
Wilnecote
Tamworth
Staffordshire
B775LU

01827 475065

Headteacher: Mrs Amanda Wilkinson

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222 pupils aged 4—7y mixed gender
170 pupils capacity: 131% full

115 boys 52%

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110 girls 50%

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Last updated: June 20, 2014


Primary — Foundation School

URN
124158
Education phase
Primary
Establishment type
Foundation School
Establishment #
2335
OSGB coordinates
Easting: 422897, Northing: 300532
GPS coordinates
Latitude: 52.602, Longitude: -1.6634
Accepting pupils
5—7 years old
Census date
Jan. 16, 2014
Ofsted last inspection
Nov. 28, 2012
Region › Const. › Ward
West Midlands › Tamworth › Wilnecote
Area
Urban > 10k - less sparse
Free school meals %
14.40
Trust school
Is supported by a Trust
Trust
Tame Valley Co-Operative Learning Trust

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  7. 0.9 miles Three Peaks School B774HN
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  9. 1 mile Dales Community Junior School B774HN
  10. 1 mile Belgrave High School B772NE
  11. 1 mile Two Rivers High School B772HJ (166 pupils)
  12. 1 mile Tamworth Enterprise College and AET Academy B772NE (903 pupils)
  13. 1.1 mile Stoneydelph Primary School B774LS (292 pupils)
  14. 1.1 mile Stoneydelph Junior School B774LS
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  16. 1.3 mile Two Gates Community Primary School B771EN (328 pupils)
  17. 1.3 mile Hanbury's Farm Community Primary School B772LD (198 pupils)
  18. 1.3 mile Oakhill Primary School B772HH (133 pupils)
  19. 1.3 mile Parkfield Infant School B771HB
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Ofsted report: Newer report is now available. Search "124158" on ofsted.gov.uk. latest issued Nov. 28, 2012.

No No Yes No No Yes No No Yes No No Yes School school 3 4 3 4 – – – Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No , , , , , Inspection Report - Amended Inspection Report Unique Reference Number Local Authority Inspection number Inspection date Inspection dates Reporting inspector This inspection of the was carried out under section 5 of the Education Act 2005. The inspection of the day care was carried out under Children Act 1989: Part XA (as introduced by the Care Standards Act 2000) and, where (funded) nursery education is provided, under Schedule 26 of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998. Type of school Children's centre School category Age range of pupils – Gender of pupils Number on roll ( ) Number on roll (6th form) Number on roll (day care) Number on roll (funded nursery education) Appropriate authority Date of previous inspection Not previously inspected Date of previous day care inspection Not previously inspected Date of previous funded nursery education inspection Not previously inspected address Telephone number Fax number Chair Chair Annex A Inspection judgements Key to judgements: grade 1 is outstanding, grade 2 good, grade 3 satisfactory, and grade 4 inadequate Overall 16-19 © Crown copyright Website: www.ofsted.gov.uk Further copies of this report are obtainable from the . Under the Education Act 2005, the must provide a copy of this report free of charge to certain categories of people. A charge not exceeding the full cost of reproduction may be made for any other copies supplied. Any complaints about the inspection or the report should be made following the procedures set out in the guidance 'Complaints about school inspections', which is available from Ofsted's website: www.ofsted.gov.uk. Amended Report Addendum Introduction Description of the school Key for inspection grades Grade 1 Outstanding Grade 2 Good Grade 3 Satisfactory Grade 4 Inadequate Overall effectiveness of the Grade: Effectiveness and efficiency of the sixth form Grade: Effectiveness and efficiency of boarding provision Grade: Grade for sixth form: What the should do to improve further Achievement and standards Grade: Grade for sixth form: Personal development and well-being Grade: Grade for sixth form: Quality of provision Teaching and learning Grade: Grade for sixth form: Curriculum and other activities Grade: Grade for sixth form: Care, guidance and support Grade: Grade for sixth form: Leadership and management Grade: Grade for sixth form: Effectiveness of registered day care Grade: Recommendations or actions to improve the registered day care Effectiveness of funded nursery education Grade: Recommendations or actions to improve the funded nursery education Overall effectiveness How effective, efficient and inclusive is the provision of education, integrated care and any extended services in meeting the needs of learners? NA NA NA NA How well does the work in partnership with others to promote learners' well-being? The quality and standards in the Foundation Stage yes The effectiveness and efficiency of boarding provision yes The effectiveness of the 's self-evaluation The capacity to make any necessary improvements Effective steps have been taken to promote improvement since the last inspection Achievement and standards How well do learners achieve? main The standards1 reached by learners NA NA NA NA How well learners make progress, taking account of any significant variations between groups of learners How well learners with learning difficulties and disabilities make progress yes 1 Grade 1 - Exceptionally and consistently high; Grade 2 - Generally above average with none significantly below average; Grade 3 - Broadly average to below average; Grade 4 - Exceptionally low. Personal development and well-being How good is the overall personal development and well-being of the learners? main The extent of learners' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development yes The behaviour of learners yes The attendance of learners yes How well learners enjoy their education yes The extent to which learners adopt safe practices yes The extent to which learners adopt healthy lifestyles yes The extent to which learners make a positive contribution to the community yes How well learners develop workplace and other skills that will contribute to their future economic well-being yes The quality of provision How effective are teaching and learning in meeting the full range of the learners' needs? main How well do the curriculum and other activities meet the range of needs and interests of learners? main How well are learners cared for, guided and supported? main Leadership and management How effective are leadership and management in raising achievement and supporting all learners? main How effectively leaders and managers at all levels set clear direction leading to improvement and promote high quality of care and education normal yes How effectively performance is monitored, evaluated and improved to meet challenging targets normal yes How well equality of opportunity is promoted and discrimination tackled so that all learners achieve as well as they can normal yes How effectively and efficiently resources, including staff, are deployed to achieve value for money normal yes The extent to which governors and other supervisory boards discharge their responsibilities normal yes Do procedures for safeguarding learners meet current government requirements? yes Does this require special measures? yes Does this require a notice to improve? yes The effectiveness of the registered day care The quality and standards of the registered day care main How effective is the day care in helping children to be healthy? How effective is the day care in protecting children and helping them to stay safe? How effective is the day care in helping children to achieve and enjoy their learning? How effective is the day care in helping children to make a positive contribution? How effectively is the day care organised? Does the day care meet the needs of the range of children for whom it provides? Has the day care improved since the last inspection? Does the day care require enforcement action? Does the day care require a notice to improve? The effectiveness of the funded nursery education The quality and standards of the funded nursery education main 0pt How effective is the funded nursery education in helping children to achieve and enjoy their learning? normal 1pt solid How effective are teaching and learning? normal 1pt solid How effective is the partnership with parents and carers in promoting the nursery education? normal 1pt solid How effective is the funded education in helping children to make a positive contribution? normal 1pt solid How effectively is the funded nursery education led and managed? normal 1pt solid Does the funded nursery education meet the needs of the range of children for whom it provides? Is the children's spiritual, moral, social and cultural development education fostered? Has the nursery education improved since the last inspection? Does the funded nursery education require a notice to improve? Annex B Text from letter to pupils explaining the findings of the inspection January February March April May June July August September October November December NA NA highlight NA NA Yes No NA insufficient evidence NA highlight Yes No NA insufficient evidence NA NA NA Yes No NA insufficient evidence NA

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