St Edward’s CofE Academy, Cheddleton, continues to be a good school following an inpection by Ofsted in October 2019. The report Ofsted comments that pupils enjoy coming to this small village school. It gives its pupils a good education and helps them grow as individuals. Staff at the school are friendly and caring. They encourage pupils to aim high and work hard. Pupils settle in straightaway when they start school. This gets them off to a good start. Leaders, teachers and other staff expect all pupils to do well. Pupils feel safe in the school. They know who to talk to if they have any difficulties. Pupils like their lessons. They do enjoy it when they work outside of the classroom, for example in the forest and garden areas. They love challenges, such as ‘Mrs Machin’s Missions’. These allow them to show how well they can contribute to the school. Pupils behave very well in lessons and around the school. They are polite and help each other. Parents are happy with the subjects taught in the school.