Ofsted Report

Ofsted Report

Ofsted inspects all state schools in England at least every three years. After the inspection is complete, Ofsted publish a report. When assessing a school, inspectors consider evidence from a range of sources including:

·           the school’s self-evaluation (the school’s assessment of its own performance)
·           performance data
·           pupils’ work
·           lesson observations
·           input from parents
·           discussions with pupils and staff
 
The inspection report includes an overall assessment of the school’s effectiveness, along with specific judgements on:
·           achievement and standards
·           pupils’ personal development and well-being
·           the quality of teaching and learning
·           curriculum provision
·           the care, guidance and support provided by the school
·           the leadership and management of the school 
 
The judgements are made on a four point scale – a one is ‘outstanding’, two is ‘good’, three ‘requires improvement’ and four 'inadequate’.
The report also indicates what the school should do to improve. The school is expected to use Ofsted’s recommendations as a basis for making improvements as quickly as possible.
 
Please click on the image below for our recent Ofsted report.
 
 
You can also leave feedback on the Parent View page of the Ofsted website by clicking the link below.