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Ofsted Report

From January 2012, schools that were previously judged to be outstanding will not be subject to routine inspection unless concerns are raised about their performance. However, Her Majesty’s Inspectors continue to look at various sources of information to decide whether they need to carry out a new inspection. In April 2011 the results of their interim inspection indicated that our “performance had been sustained”. The last full inspection report for the school was in September 2007 where it was classed as outstanding.



“The school's excellence is evident in the pupils' outstanding academic, as well as personal, achievement. In particular, the exceptionally high quality of teaching and learning and of leadership and management is a significant strength that underpins the success of the school.”




“The outstanding quality of teaching and learning accounts for the high standards attained by pupils by the time they leave the school. Teachers have established consistent and appropriately high expectations of work and behaviour across the school.”




“In response to excellent care, support and guidance, the pupils' personal development and well-being are of the highest quality. Pupils enjoy school, show consideration for the needs of others and behave very well. Pupils are very knowledgeable about how to live healthily and safely and are extremely well prepared for the future.”


Interim Assessment Statement 2011

Reduced Tariff School Inspection Report 2007

School Inspection Report 2004

Parent View

Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. Please follow the link below: