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Foxdell Primary School

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What is Ofsted?

"Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. We inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages."


"I enjoy everything. Coming to Foxdell Infant School."

Laiba aged 6


"I like that the classes have helped me learn. The subjects I like doing is Maths and Art and I also like doing P.E and School"

Sadiya aged 7


Ofsted Reports Foxdell Infant School

"I enjoy all the Art lessons we have.  I also enjoy Music."

Maya age 6



DFE Performance Tables

Please click HERE to view our achievement and attainment performance tables on the Department of Education Website.


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Quotes from Ofsted Report - 


"Pupils are keen to learn and behave well. They are safe and are well cared for."


"Pupils are polite and well behaved in lessons, around school and at playtimes. Pupils settle quickly to their work. They have a joy and an excitement for their learning. They understand what they need to do to improve and they want to get better."


 "Children in the Early Years Foundation Stage behave well. They concentrate for long periods of time and try very hard to succeed. Children learn together happily and show consideration for each other, their teachers and other adults with whom they work. In one lesson, children supported each other to make a den for mini-beasts; they used ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ as they passed materials and tools to each other and made a point of including each other’s thoughts and ideas in their work. At one point, without prompting, they invited a child working on his own to join their activity." 

"They are eager to learn and obviously enjoy their time at school. Pupils talk enthusiastically about the things they love about school, including mathematics lessons and reading, as well as a range of additional activities like their ‘amazing trip to London zoo’."


Linked Inspection Reports for Foxdell Infant School


"I enjoy stuff like when I went to Whipsnade Zoo."

Mustafa aged 6

"I liked when the bug man came and he put a stick insect on my back and arm."

Aman aged 6

"I enjoy School Council because I enjoyed going to the old peoples home."

Amaar aged 7

"I have enjoyed my school trip at Sealife."

Ridwaan aged 7

"I Like when we go to trips because I went to Roald Dahl."

Nadia aged 7

"I like that the bug man came in. It was really fun!"

Zaina aged 7


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