Egton School near Whitby 'continues to be a good school' say Ofsted inspectors
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Pupils are well prepared for the next stage of their education and for life beyond school.
They behave well in lessons and throughout school and are polite and courteous.
The report said reading was a high priority with the school recognising the importance of getting pupils to read successfully and as soon as possible.
It added: “The pupil library monitors are passionate advocates for reading.
"They help foster a love of reading by sharing books with younger pupils.”
Inspectors said the school has developed a “broad and balanced” curriculum which has undergone significant adaptations and is designed to give pupils the most important knowledge that they need to learn.
Teachers feel confident, the report said, and are well prepared to teach the curriculum.
Staff also have high expectations for pupils’ behaviour, and pupils are keen to meet these expectations.
The majority of pupils access after-school activities through Wednesday Club where activities include dance, cookery, gardening and sports, which helps pupils to widen their experience and develop their interests and talents.
Inspectors said the school needed to ensure its PSHE curriculum deepens pupils’ knowledge and understanding of all aspects of British values.
Head Liz Orland said: “Inspectors were full of praise for our school and our curriculum.
"A huge well done to all our amazing staff and children and thank you all for your positive support.”