ESTYN report

 In May 2013 the School was inspected under Section 28 of the Education Act 2005 by ESTYN. (A copy of this report is available on the ESTYN website

The current performance of Crindau primary school is adequate because:

• - standards at the end of Foundation Phase are good;

many pupils make good progress in oracy and reading;

pupils’ behaviour is good;

there is effective provision to promote pupils’ wellbeing;

- • the school provides a wide range of experiences that gain pupils’ interest;

the learning environment is used effectively; and

• - the quality of teaching is good.


The prospects for improvement at Crindau primary school are good because:

• - the acting headteacher and senior leadership team have a clear vision, which

- they convey clearly to staff, pupils and parents;

• - there is a well-informed governing body that challenges the school effectively;

•- self-evaluation procedures are well organised and accurate;

• - there are clear plans for improvement that focus on raising standards; and

• - all staff have a strong commitment to continuous improvement.