“The achievement of children in the Early Years is outstanding. They make consistently high rates of progress academically, personally and socially in relation to their very low starting points.”
“Pupils at Key Stages 1 to 4, children in Early Years and students in the sixth form, including those those with autism and profound and multiple learning difficulties and multi-sensory impairments, make significant and sustained progress. As a result of outstanding teaching and highly effective support to indivualise learning."
“A rich and stimulating, broad and balanced, and highly relevent curricullum is in place. Every pupil across the school from Early Years to the sixth form greatly benefits from an individualised curriculum with a strong emphasis on developing pupils’ communication, literacy skills and their personal, social and health education.”
"Pupils with profound and muliple learning difficulties often experience a sense of wonder through well-planned sensory activities" “Under the transformational leadership of the headteacher the school has sustained outstanding leadership and management since its previous inspection."
“Children are very happy and most eager to join in with their activities. They display high levels of concentration, imagination and curiosity about the world around them."
"The achievement of students in the sixth form is outstanding resulting from outstanding teaching over time." “Pupils have excellent relationship with adults and show kindness and respect to each other. They are courteous and polite to adults.”
" Pupils have excellent attitudes to learning and always try their very best in lessons." "The teaching of communication, literacy and numeracy is very effective."
"The school's work to keep pupils safe and secure is outstanding." "Rigorous and regular monitoring of teaching through lesson observations, pupil progress meetings and scrutiny of pupils' work is outstanding."
“Leaders make excellent use of the primary school physical education and sport premium.” “Pupils have excellent relationship with adults and show kindness and respect to each other. They are courteous and polite to adults.”
“Strong partnerships with health professionals such as the school nurse, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists, together with equally strong links with social services and educational psychologists, greatly benefits pupils’ learning and well-being.”
“Teachers and teaching assistants were seen working well together in all lessons to support the learning of individual and small groups of pupils, ensuring that tasks were carefully matched to each individual pupil’s learning needs and breaking tasks down into smaller steps.”
“Under the transformational leadership of the headteacher the school has sustained outstanding leadership and management since its previous inspection."
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AWARDS EVENING Amwell View pupils will figure again this year in the Hertford & Ware Sports Partnership Awards evening. This will take place at The Sele School on the evening of Thursday 28th April. One of our pupils has been nominated in the KS2 effort and improvement cat...read more
Selected pupils from the upper school were chosen to compete in the SLD Football Competition against the other 5 SLD schools in Hertfordshire. Amwell View had a tough start to the morning losing to Watling View 3-1 in a game that, if we had managed to take all of our chances, cou...read more
Classes 7 and 8 had a busy day at Holyfield Farm near Waltham Abbey. Included in the day's activities were feeding the lambs, watching a goat give birth, riding on the tractor to see the cows being milked and then trying out all the playgrounds and also the soft play area.read more