Cavendish Primary School

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Ofsted say 'Cavendish Primary School is a GOOD school in all areas' - Click here to view the full report
Ofsted

June 2016

  • Effectiveness of Leadership and Management is Good
  • Quality of Teaching, Learning and Assessment is Good
  • Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare is Good
  • Outcomes for Pupils is Good
  • Early Years Provision is Good

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Welcome to Cavendish Primary School

Cavendish is a large, thriving primary school serving a wide community situated on the outskirts of Eccleshill village. We have an enthusiastic, highly motivated staff, committed to a caring, child-centred ethos. We offer skilled teaching, a creative and challenging curriculum and good academic standards as well as concentrating on the education of the whole child. 

At Cavendish we are proud to be an inclusive school, providing a high quality education within a secure, caring and happy environment in which all members of the school community can grow in self-esteem and reach their potential.

We hope this website will give you a 'feel' for the life and work of the school and for the caring and friendly atmosphere you will find here. You are welcome to come and look around for yourself; please contact the office to arrange a convenient time.

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  • "School leaders are utterly dedicated to the school and have been successful in driving improvements in teaching. There is a strong, caring ethos and expectations are high"
  • "The governing body challenges and supports the school well"
  • "Standards are rising and pupils make good progress in all subjects. The school has been successful in raising standards for boys in particular"
  • "The quality of teaching is good. The work pupils are given is fun but also challenging, particularly for the most able"
  • "Pupils behave well. They take a pride in their work and say they feel safe and secure when in school. Parents and carers are overwhelmingly happy with the quality of pupils’ welfare"
  • "Children in the early years achieve well and learn to follow routines. When they leave, they are ready for the demands of Year 1"
-Ofsted June 2016