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Illogan primary school provides pupils with a happy and nurturing environment. As pupils arrive in school, staff greet them warmly. This helps pupils settle well. Pupils behave well in school. They concentrate well in lessons. Staff make their expectations for pupils’ behaviour clear. Pupils are keen to show their best behaviour. They value the school’s reward system.

During assemblies, staff and pupils gather to celebrate success. Dazzle Awards recognise pupils’ achievements. Staff use assemblies well to promote the school’s values. Pupils know how to live healthy, active lives. There is a strong sense of community. Pupils state that bullying is rare.

Staff have high expectations for pupils and want the best for them

Pupils conduct themselves well. They know right from wrong and treat one another with respect.

The teaching of phonics and early reading is a strength. Leaders’ determination that all pupils learn to read as soon as possible is paying off.

Pupils tackle new learning with increasing success. They use their existing knowledge well when learning something new.

The Reception class provides children with a strong start to school.

Pupils are safe in school.

Parents and carers value leaders’ work to keep children safe.