Ofsted and Performance Data
Pear Tree Community Junior School was inspected by OFSTED over two days beginning on 23rd November 2021.
What Ofsted had to say:
Pear Tree Community Junior School is a transformed school. Leaders have worked tirelessly to improve the school. They are highly ambitious for all pupils and want them to succeed both academically and socially. Staff and parents agreed that Pear Tree is unrecognisable from the school it was in the past. One parent told inspectors: ‘This isn’t the school it used to be.’
Pupils are safe and happy at school. They live out the school’s superhero code of ‘ready, respectful and responsible’ learners. Staff know the pupils well. The school’s mantra of ‘praise in public, reprimand in private’ sets the scene for very positive relationships between staff and pupils.
Pupils behave well in lessons and around the school. They know that some pupils find it hard to behave well all of the time. They said that the adults in school help these pupils. Pupils said that bullying is not really a problem at Pear Tree, but that when it happens, the teachers sort it out.
Pupils are aspirational for their futures. They said that they want to be nurses, scientists and police officers when they are older.
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