Former head teacher of Isleham CoE Primary School receives retirement gift in the form of ‘good’ Ofsted report

PUBLISHED: 11:20 22 April 2016 | UPDATED: 11:20 22 April 2016

Isleham CoE Primary school celebrate their good Ofsted Report, with (centre) retired head teacher Nicola Bramley, and (right) acting head teacher Rhian Bond.

Isleham CoE Primary school celebrate their good Ofsted Report, with (centre) retired head teacher Nicola Bramley, and (right) acting head teacher Rhian Bond.

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The former head teacher of a local primary school was given the best possible leaving present after her old school was rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.

Nicola Bramley retired just two weeks after Isleham Church of England Primary school’s most recent inspection on March 15, and the former head teacher was praised for her work in the report which promoted the school on Malting Lane from ‘requires improvement’ to ‘good.’

The quality of teaching, the behaviour and attitudes of pupils and the leadership of the head teacher and governors were all described as good, and inspectors said teaching at times was ‘outstanding’, and that lessons were ‘well-organised’ and ‘interesting’.

They praised the leadership of Mrs Bramley, who has been replaced by acting head teachers Rhian Bond and Dawn Deacon since her retirement.

Lead inspector Ruth Brock’s report said Mrs Bramley provided ‘strong leadership,’ and that there is a ‘culture of mutual respect and collaborative leadership’ throughout the school.

Acting head teachers Rhian Bond and Dawn Deacon said they are pleased that the report recognises the many strengths of the school.

Mrs Bond said: “The journey of school improvement reflects the hard work of the whole school community, including pupils, parents and staff.

“We are very proud of our achievements so far and look forward to our continued development.”


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