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Reeth Community Primary School was inspected on 8th November 2017. We are delighted with the outcome that confirms that the school continues to be good and is making good progress on its journey to being outstanding in all areas.

The inspection letter celebrates the successes of our schools, identifying strength in teaching and learning that ensures pupils excel not only academically but also holistically through the wide range of activities and experiences that we offer. Our work to ensure that the schools are a happy place to learn, with an ethos of care and support, has been recognised, along with pupils' excellent attitudes to learning. They are praised for being polite and extremely well mannered. 

The close work of our school community, including governors, the staff team, pupils and parents has been identified - well done everyone.

Reeth Ofsted inspection letter 2017

The previous inspection of Reeth Community Primary School was in December 2012.

Reeth Ofsted inspection report 2012

To access the school's page on the Ofsted website, please use the link below: 

Ofsted website - Reeth Community Primary School



Gunnerside Methodist Primary School was inspected on 30th January 2018. We are very pleased with the outcome confirming that the school continues to be good.

The inspector recognised the strengths of the school. The warm, welcoming atmosphere and pupils’ excellent attitudes and behaviours in both lessons and informal time were observed, along with pupils’ strong work ethic and high levels of independence and cooperation. Our positive culture, determination for excellence and ambition for all pupils were recognised. The inspector identified improvements in the quality of teaching, learning and assessment that are accelerating the rates of progress of current pupils across the school and the strength of our varied curriculum was also noted.

The effective, positive and enabling relationships between all members of the school community are a great asset that will sustain us as we continue our journey. The inspector found that, ‘Pupils are delightfully proud of their school;’ let’s join them as we celebrate our shared success.

Gunnerside Ofsted inspection letter 2018

The previous inspection of Gunnerside Methodist Primary School was in December 2012.

Gunnerside Ofsted inspection report 2012

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Ofsted website - Gunnerside Methodist Primary School


DFE School Performance Tables

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Church School Inspection (SIAMS) Report

As a church school, Gunnerside Methodist Primary School was inspected in March 2016. The purpose of the inspection was to evaluate the school’s distinctiveness and effectiveness as a Methodist primary school. We all really enjoyed the visit as a chance to share what we do. Pupils at both schools were very articulate, explaining our approach to school life, our values and opportunities for spiritual development. The school was last inspected in 2010 and was graded ‘good’ at the time. Our recent inspection grade is ‘outstanding.’ We are delighted with the outcome that reflects the hard work of the staff team, the input of Reverend Janet and of course the fantastic approach that pupils have to school life. Well done everyone! 

SIAMS Report 2016

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