Ofsted

Fulham Primary School is a good school with outstanding features and are successfully continuing our journey to becoming outstanding.

Achievement and progress is good and a significant proportion of our pupils
make better than expected progress from their starting points.

All teaching is of a consistently good to outstanding standard, being well
focused on pupils’ needs and providing challenge for all abilities.

The leadership and management, including that of the governing body, are good. The headteacher is a very effective leader who has created a dedicated staff team whose members aspire to drive forward further school improvement.

Pupils have a good awareness of, and respect for diversity. Staff have created an inclusive, positive and caring climate for learning where each pupil is treated as an individual.

Good quality provision for spiritual, moral, social and cultural development promotes pupils’ high self-esteem and confidence, which is reflected in their good behaviour in lessons and around the school.

No form of bullying is tolerated and pupils feel safe and well cared for.

Attendance is good and there are very few exclusions.