The engagement of parents and partners in children’s learning.
The variety of learning experiences provided including the use of the outdoors to extend and enrich children’s learning.
The positive ethos which creates a strong sense of belonging for all children.
The teamwork of staff and leadership of the acting headteacher in driving forward school improvements.
We discussed with staff and Fife Council how they might continue to improve the school and nursery class. This is what we agreed with them.
To continue developing tracking of children’s achievements across all aspects of the school to ensure they achieve as highly as possible.
To develop further children’s leadership skills through increased opportunities for leading aspects of school life.
What happens at the end of the inspection?
We are satisfied with the overall quality of provision. We are confident that the school’s self-evaluation processes are leading to improvements. As a result, we will make no further visits in connection with this inspection. As part of its arrangements for reporting to parents on the quality of education, Fife Council will inform parents about the school’s progress.
The full published letter and quality indicators (as applicable) are available on the school's report page on the Education Scotland website.