The teamwork shown by staff and management at Turriff Primary and Nursery was just one of many positive aspects’ inspectors acknowledged in a review of the school.
The Care Inspectorate ranked Turriff Primary and Nursery School as “very good” for both quality of care and support and quality of staffing when they visited in September.
The report said
Cllr Gillian Owen Aberdeenshire Council’s Education and Children’s Services Committee chair said
Many congratulations to the children and staff on this great inspection. I was particularly pleased to read the positive comments in a questionnaire carried out before the inspection. To see parents expressing delight about their children enjoying their education and the praise staff have received in the feedback is both absolutely fantastic and a testament
of a well-run school and nursery.
Headteacher Fiona Eaton said
I am extremely proud of our nursery team and early years practitioners who have been ably led by Depute Head Teacher Claire Smith to ensure a safe and happy environment for children to develop and learn. The team is delighted with the “very good” grades awarded and are committed to raising standards further.
The previous inspection in May 2017 rated the school as “good” in all categories: quality of care and support, quality of environment, quality of staffing and quality of management and leadership.