Inspectors visited the Wednesfield school last month and found it continues to be Good, with parents "overwhelmingly positive about the school and all it provides for their children."
Pupils "learn well throughout the school", with expectations high. Pupils "make good progress in all years and achieve well" in tests at the end of Year 6, with reading and mathematics a particular strength.
Leaders place a similar importance on pupils' wider development, with the children able to enjoy a wide range of experiences which help them learn and broaden their horizons – including visits to art galleries, museums, theatres and even local restaurants. Pupils are "polite and friendly, happy and enjoy coming to school", "behave well", "work hard and are keen to learn".
The school's staff "form a united and hardworking team" who value the support and guidance provided by Executive Headteacher Rehka Kohli and her senior leaders. Staff provide "excellent support for pupils", and leaders have successfully worked to involve parents in the life of the school.
Perry Hall Multi Academy Trust Chief Executive Officer Amarjit Cheema, who was made an OBE in the New Year's Honours List for Services to Education, supports the school well, with pupils also enjoying trust wide activities, including residential visits.
Mrs Cheema OBE said: "The recent Ofsted outcome for Perry Hall Primary is a real testament to the dedication and teamwork of the staff, leadership, children and parents. I am extremely proud and honoured to work with everyone involved.”
Councillor Dr Michael Hardacre, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, said: "I would like to congratulate executive headteacher Rehka Kohli and her team on this very positive inspection report. It clearly demonstrates that everyone working at Perry Hall Primary School is united in the vision to give their children the best possible education."
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