Situated in Waterlooville in Hampshire, Queens Inclosure Primary School is a community school maintained by Hampshire County Council. There are currently 410 children on roll aged 4 - 11 years.
Queen’s Inclosure was opened in April 1990 and the building has an award winning design concept that provides a light and stimulating environment in which to learn. We benefit from attractive and extensive grounds that back onto ancient woodland. The school is held in very high esteem by the local community and is regularly oversubscribed.
The vision of the school is "To create an outstanding learning community where every child is encouraged and supported to be their very best and is equipped with the skills and attributes for their lifelong learning journey".
|The Ofsted Report in October 2010|
|This is a good school. It has some significant strengths, for example in the way that pupils are safeguarded so that they rightfully feel very safe and secure, and in the highly successful way the pupils are helped to develop a commitment to leading a healthy lifestyle. The school’s capacity to sustain further improvement is good, especially obvious in the success with which recommendations from the previous inspection have been addressed. The headteacher’s and senior leaders’ passion and commitment underpin success in improving the quality of learning. This, combined with a strong sense of teamwork, indicates that the school is well set for the future.|
The report also noted that...
|The profile of pupils’ attainment over the last three years has been above that found nationally.|