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Studfall Infant Academy




Leaders have given careful consideration to pupils’ personal development. Pupils take part in significant national and local events. They visit places of importance linked to the religious education, history and geography curriculums. Pupils have the chance to take on responsibilities and to attend a range of clubs. They show respectful and positive attitudes towards difference and diversity.

The academy received a visit from Ofsted on 22nd and 23rd  November 2022. Here is a summary of the main findings:

  Studfall Infant Academy is a warm and welcoming place. The school’s ethos of ‘nurture,
discovery, believe, achieve and shine’ runs through every part of school life. Leaders have
created a caring environment where all pupils feel secure and valued. As one pupil, typical
of many, said, ‘I feel so safe here because the grown-ups always help you.’
Leaders say, ‘Inclusion is in the DNA of Studfall Infants’. Leaders are ambitious for all
pupils. They make sure that pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities
(SEND) get the individual support they need to thrive.
Pupils like going to school and they enjoy learning. They are polite and cheerful. Pupils
concentrate in lessons and take pride in what they do. They know that bullying is not
tolerated at their school. Pupils get on well with each other and follow the ‘golden rules’.
They say it is easy to make friends at Studfall Infants because everyone is so kind.
Parents and carers are very happy with the school. They recognise the great efforts that
staff go to for every pupil.

The school remains a good school. 

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