School report for Bridlington - this is what Ofsted says about all of our local schools
How does your child's school compare to others in Bridlington in the eyes of the Ofsted inspectors? We've looked at the most recent reports for the town's two secondary schools and 11 of the primaries in our area.
Ofsted uses four gradings to show how primary and secondary schools are performing - 'inadequate', 'requires improvement', 'good' and 'outstanding'. Good schools are inspected around once every four years. Staff at schools usually get just one day's notice before the inspectors arrive. Data correct at January 31, 2019.
5. Burlington Infants School
Last inspected by Ofsted in 2015, the report classed the school as good and said: "This is a happy caring school. Pupils thrive in this purposeful learning environment. The headteacher leads the school with drive and enthusiasm."
Inspectors visited in January 2018. They said: "Over time, the progress pupils have made across the school is not good, especially in reading and mathematics." It was classed as 'requires improvement'.
"Pupils develop good learning behaviours and grow in confidence in your friendly and supportive school," Ofsted inspectors told the headteacher after a short inspection in April 2016. It was rated as good at the last full inspection back in April 2011.
It was classed as 'requires improvement' following a full Ofsted inspection in January 2018. But at a monitoring visit in November, Ofsted said staff had 'acted swiftly and decisively' to make improvements on the issues raised.