Our school was last inspected by Ofsted in September 2012. The overall inspection judgement was outstanding. Here are some quotes from the report
- Pupils achieve exceptionally well and make rapid progress
- By the end of Key Stage 2, pupils’ attainment is above average.
All pupils make exceptionally good progress in reading and enjoy reading widely.
Partnerships with parents are strong.
Disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs grow in confidence. They make progress equal to their classmates.
Teachers’ excellent subject knowledge ensures that their questions are probing, tasks are demanding and learning moves along briskly.
Pupils explain their ideas fluently and with confidence.
Pupils have outstanding attitudes to learning. They behave very well.
Pupils get on extremely well with each other.
Pupils say they feel completely safe in school.
The senior leaders are very effective in improving teaching and pupils’ achievement.
The school’s leaders monitor the school’s work thoroughly to make sure it remains of high quality.
- Leaders are very keen to improve all aspects of the school’s work.
The full report can be read below:
- Ofsted Report (pdf) - September 2012
School Data Dashboard
Ofsted's School Data Dashboard complements the Ofsted school inspection report by providing an analysis of our school's performance over a three-year period
Our last RE Inspection was in November 2017. The report stated:
- Staff, pupils, parents and governors are proud of this Catholic school and how its diverse community come together in harmony.
- Collective worship is a strength of the school and pupils are enthusiastic and engaged in a variety of forms of worship that cater for pupils of different ages and experience.
- The school has a welcoming environment where pupils feel happy, safe and well cared for. They come together from a wide variety of cultures, and backgrounds but show respect and consideration of others in their daily lives around the school.
- Pupils recognise and celebrate their differences and feel it is important to respect and value everyone irrespective of their faith background.
- Pupils are enthusiastic and showed an outstanding level of engagement during the celebration of the Eucharist. They took pride in their roles in the choir, or as the instrumentalists, altar servers and readers. All pupils responded well to the prayers and responses of the Mass; singing was joyful, enthusiastic and emotional. The importance of the celebration Mass was evidenced even by the youngest pupils who showed respect and reverence throughout.
The full report can be read below: RE Inspection Report(pdf) - November 2017