Every school has to undergo an Ofsted Inspection. Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education. They report directly to Parliament and are independent and impartial. Ofsted inspect and regulate services which care for children and young people, and those providing education and skills for learners of all ages.
These inspections provide information to parents and to help schools improve. School inspections are required by law. They provide an independent assessment of the quality and standards of education in schools, and check whether pupils are achieving as much as they can.
Specially trained inspectors, known as Her Majesty’s Inspectors and additional inspectors, carry out school inspections. Before they arrive at a school inspectors analyse the information provided by the school and other information that Ofsted already holds or is publicly available. When they arrive, they talk to the headteacher, governors (in maintained schools), staff, pupils, parents and carers. They also observe a range of lessons and consider the effectiveness of key leaders and managers.
For more information about Ofsted please visit www.ofsted.gov.uk
To view our latest Ofsted Report, which judged the school good in all areas, please click the link below
Section 48 Inspection:
All church schools undergo an additional inspection within eight weeks of Ofsted to evaluate the Christian character of the school, collective worship, the teaching of Religious Education and the effectiveness of leadership and management.
To view our latest Section 48 Report please click here.
Department for Education Performance Tables
Please click here to find out more about the performance information regarding the school.