The report highlights the good and outstanding teaching, the good progress that children make from their starting points, and the good behaviour of children in lessons.
As a Church school, we are delighted that the inspection team recognised that the school's Christian values were central to the life of the school, and that pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is developed well and intrinsic to all activities.
Overall, the inspectors found Buckingham Park to be a happy and welcoming school, with a calm and purposeful atmosphere, which has developed well since it opened.
An Ofsted inspection can be a daunting prospect for a school but we are pleased that inspection team have recognised many of the school's strengths as well as agreeing with the development areas that have already been identified by the school's leadership team.
Opening a new school and preparing for a first inspection is hard work and this good outcome is very much a team effort. Staff, parents, governors and pupils share a strong belief in the values of our new school and we speak highly of it - justifiably so.