A report on Alaw Primary School Tonypandy
During each inspection, inspectors aim to answer three key questions:
Key Question 1: How good are the outcomes?
Key Question 2: How good is provision?
Key Question 3: How good are leadership and management?
Inspectors also provide an overall judgement on the school’s current performance
and on its prospects for improvement.
In these evaluations, inspectors use a four-point scale:
Judgement What the judgement means
Excellent Many strengths, including significant
examples of sector-leading practice
Good Many strengths and no important areas
requiring significant improvement
Adequate Strengths outweigh areas for improvement
Unsatisfactory Important areas for improvement outweigh
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Publication date: 16/01/2015