The Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted) regulates and inspects to achieve excellence in education and skills for learners of all ages.
Gilberdyke Primary School Ofsted Report – September 2021
Ofsted | Gilberdyke Primary School
How well inspectors think the school is doing and what it could do to make things even be
How well pupils are doing, both in their education and their overall well-being and personal development.
What parents and carers think about the school.
How up to date the school buildings are, including any boarding school living accommodation.
How any problems or complaints are dealt with.
How the school complies with rules and regulations.
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Please click the ‘Parent View’ link below to access the website and leave your comments.
‘I’ve really valued the amount of respect I’ve been shown. I know that I’m never alone. I can talk to anyone.’
‘Gilberdyke is about respect and responsibility. I’ve learnt a LOT about that whilst I’ve been here and we need to. We try our hardest in everything and never give up!’
‘Gilberdyke is a kind and respectful school with trusted people to talk to. Everyone gets along with each other because of the values about respect, responsibility and resilience.’
‘The staff are kind, even when they’re tired, they keep going because we are resilient!’
‘I came from another school and I’ve met loads of new friends. This school is about friendship, respect and we always follow the expectations, it works well.’
‘The best thing about Gilberdyke is that we accept everyone for who they are – that’s the thing I’ll miss most.’
‘Gilberdyke is a place where everyone feels welcome because we are respectful of each other and friendly.’
‘Responsibility is key to having a good career, this school has taught me that.’
‘There are loads of things to do here, it’s fun in lessons and loads of other people to make friends with.’
‘I’m going to miss having fun lessons. Gilberdyke has taught me simple manners and respect and how much that is needed and necessary in life.’