Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills, they inspect and regulate services that

care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages.


During our last inspection in June 2013, Ofsted inspectors recognised the following:

  • The secular curriculum on offer is broad and balanced and gives due emphasis to the development of literacy and numeracy skills

  • In the Primary School, the school carries out NC tests in English and mathematics and these indicate that standards are above average by the end of Year 6

  • There are examples where some pupils make outstanding progress and attain GCSE grades that are well above those expected, given their starting points, and these compare favourably with results nationally

  • There is a good team spirit in school where staff and leaders work together well and are committed to improving the quality of education. School leaders provide good opportunities for staff to attend professional training events both on and off the school site

  • The school's self-evaluation is accurate and its judgements match inspection findings. It identifies the school's strengths and importantly identifies the areas that need to be addressed to take the school to the next level

  • School leaders are committed to making this a good school have made some notable improvements to the school

School trip to the House of Commons
School trip to the House of Commons