Inspection reports

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:

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

RE Inspection

Our last RE Inspection was in September 2012. The inspection stated:

 

The school judged itself to be predominantly outstanding in its Catholic life and RE. The

inspection found that this judgement is fully justified because

• Your children flourish in the school’s secure and happy Christian environment; in the words

of their own motto they are like ‘Little Flowers, growing and giving glory to God.’

• Children make outstanding progress in RE because teaching is always at least good

and very often outstanding.

• Pupils’ behaviour and care for each other are exemplary and reflect Christian values

and teaching.

• Children respond very well to the collective worship they help to provide.

• RE and the Catholic life are very effectively led by the headteacher, senior leadership

team and the subject leader.

• Children do very well because enjoy their learning in RE and have respect for people

of all faiths

 

The full report can be read below: RE Inspection Report(pdf) - November 2012