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Raising standards through high-quality leadership of teaching

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Ofsted good practice example showing how St Mary’s produced rapid improvement in the quality of teaching and outstanding achievement.

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St Mary's Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School - good practice example

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St Mary’s sees the responsibility for pupil outcomes as a duty for everyone. High-quality leadership of teaching and learning includes systems to ensure that each child’s needs are known and met. This has led to rapid improvements in the quality of teaching across the school.