Stamford hill Primary School was last inspected on 3-4 July 2014 and was found to be a GOOD school.
Download the full Ofsted Inspection Report 3-4 July 2014
The headteacher has been highly effective in driving improvements in teaching and raising pupils’ achievement. She is receiving strong support from the senior leadership team.
The school provides a great deal of support to those pupils who could easily fall behind with their learning.
Teaching is good. The school is now well staffed to enable teaching to improve further.
Pupils behave well and feel safe in school.
Pupils who are supported through the pupil premium funding make good progress.
Pupils in Year 2 have made outstanding progress this year in mathematics and writing. Progress has also been outstanding this year for pupils in Year 6.
The achievement of all groups of pupils is good or better.
Standards have risen significantly since the previous inspection and pupil progress is now good.