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Head to leave Tillingham's primary school
9:00am Monday 23rd December 2013 in Local News
A headteacher has resigned after two years in post from a school that Ofsted deemed to need improving.
St Nicholas Primary School in Tillingham was inspected in July and was said to need improving overall, although pupil behaviour and safety was judged good.
The report, and a letter from inspector Christopher Moodie, who carried out a monitoring inspection earlier this month, said headteacher Paula Hagan had made improvements to teaching quality.
Miss Hagan has resigned since the inspection to become head of Long Melford Primary School in Suffolk.
Mr Moodie’s follow-up inspection said teachers are consistently providing work in mathematics that offers the right challenge to pupils but this is not the case in literacy.
He also said the quality of marking is improving and the feedback pupils receive is good in most classes.
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