About the school
World’s End Junior School is an average sized primary school. The school has designated provision for pupils with visual impairment and shares a resource base with the adjacent infant school.
Most recent Ofsted Inspection Report: April 2005
Quotes from the report:
This is an effective school, which gives good value for money.
There is very good provision for pupils with special educational needs including those with visual impairment
The provision for pupils with visual impairment is very well managed
The co-ordinator for support for pupils with visual impairment is well-qualified, knowledgeable and experienced.
The achievement in the core subjects (English, mathematics and science) of pupils with visual impairment is very good. They achieve better than their mainstream peers because they progress from below average to above average standards by the end of Year 6.
Parents of pupils with visual impairment receive very good guidance.