Current higher-attaining pupils in key stage 1 are making stronger progress than before in writing.

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Current higher-attaining pupils in key stage 1 are making stronger progress than before in writing.


The work of leaders and teachers to put in place new approaches to the teaching of writing has been particularly effective. Staff have welcomed these approaches and pupils are making stronger progress in writing in Key stage 1 and Key stage 2 as a result. Current higher-attaining pupils in key stage 1 are making stronger progress than before in writing. During the inspection, when writing about toys from the past, pupils in Year 2 used their knowledge of grammar to produce work of a high standard.

Ofsted, Bradshaw Primary School Warrington, March 2019

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2019-11-11T12:32:34+00:00

Ofsted, Bradshaw Primary School Warrington, March 2019

The work of leaders and teachers to put in place new approaches to the teaching of writing has been particularly effective. Staff have welcomed these approaches and pupils are making stronger progress in writing in Key stage 1 and Key stage 2 as a result. Current higher-attaining pupils in key stage 1 are making stronger progress than before in writing. During the inspection, when writing about toys from the past, pupils in Year 2 used their knowledge of grammar to produce work of a high standard.
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