Archdeacon of Exeter praises the ‘many outstanding qualities’ of Otterton Primary School

PUBLISHED: 14:48 12 October 2018

Archdeacon Christopher Futcher presented the certificate to Lara Campbell and Rory Harmson, Otterton Primary School’s youngest and oldest pupils,

Archdeacon Christopher Futcher presented the certificate to Lara Campbell and Rory Harmson, Otterton Primary School’s youngest and oldest pupils,

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The Archdeacon of Exeter praised the ‘many outstanding qualities’ of Otterton Church of England Primary School when he presented pupils with a certificate following a successful inspection.

The school, part of the Raleigh Federation, was graded Outstanding for the third consecutive time in its Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) in the summer and last week Archdeacon Christopher Futcher joined youngsters to celebrate at a collective worship service. organised and led by year six pupils.

He presented the certificate to Lara Campbell and Rory Harmson, the school’s youngest and oldest pupils, praising the work of teachers, leadership, parents and the pupils for all making the school such a success.

The inspector’s report had recognised how the effective personal and spiritual development at Otterton school was essential for pupils’ academic progress.

It also praised teachers’ ‘determination to enable each individual to develop according to their strengths and talents’.


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