About Creek & Spot Bay Infant School (Brac)
The mission of Creek & Spot Bay Primary School in Cayman Brac is to create a progressive learning environment, utilizing dynamic teaching provided by a committed and qualified staff, in partnership with parents and community to produce well rounded individuals, who possess a strong sense of cultural identity, and will make a positive contribution to society. The head of the school is Ms Claudette Lazzari.
Please note that the school is located on two different sites but is managed and run by the same team. Creek Infant School is located on 28 Student Drive in Cayman Brac and covers Reception to Year 3. Spot Bay Primary School is located on 170 Spot Bay Road and covers Years 4, 5 and 6.
Principal: Ms Claudette Lazzari
To read the most recent school inspection reports for Cayman Brac's Creek Infant School and Spot Bay Primary School, please see link below:.
Creek and Spot Bay Primary School - Overall Inspection 'Satisfactory'
Full Inspection Report - Creek and Spot Bay Primary School - May 2021
More information from their school inspection report:
The overall performance of Creek and Spot Bay Primacy School was judged as satisfactory. This was because attainment and progress, teaching, learning and assessment were satisfactory. Leadership, self-evaluation and staffing and the learning environment were also judged as satisfactory.
The strengths of the school were the students’ positive behaviour towards learning, and their respectful and tolerant attitudes towards diversity. The students were polite and embraced an ethos of acceptance and support for others. The students’ civic and environmental understanding was also a strength of the school. Students understood the significance of Christianity to the Cayman Islands, and were developing understanding of other religions. Curriculum quality had improved since the last inspection, with the judgement now being good. The curriculum offering was broad and balanced, and the students had opportunities to learn from rich experiences in their community. Health and safety had also improved since the last inspection, with the judgement now being good. Policies were followed consistently, and the safety and well-being of all students was a priority.
Attainment and progress remained satisfactory, as did teaching, learning and assessment. Leadership remained satisfactory as well, although the middle leadership positions were better defined, and middle leaders had benefited from opportunities for professional development. Self-evaluation and staffing and the learning environment remained satisfactory. Although the school was well appointed, and the staff were well deployed, the impact of staffing and the learning environment to help support high quality learning was an area for development.
The school had made some progress in addressing the recommendations from the last inspection report. There was improvement of the curriculum and the consistent implementation of health and safety policies to ensure the well being of students. The school was in the initial stage of implementing a healthy lifestyle approach which has been developed. School leaders promoted healthy lifestyles by awarding students points for healthy snacks and by harvesting and cooking healthy food from the school’s grow boxes.