Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills who inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages. The school is inspected generally every 4 years unless there has been a specific request from someone to come in earlier. Reports of our Ofsted inspections are outlined below.
Ofsted now produce a document which summarises the children’s attainment at Y2 and Y6, shows attendance data at these two ages and reflects the impact of the Pupil Premium funding to support those children deemed by Ofsted to be ‘disadvantaged’.
The link below will take you to the latest copy of the Dashboard.
You will notice that some of the graphs have no data shown. This is because the year group concerned had too few children and so the data is not allowed to be published (with only a few children, it might be possible to identify individuals, which would not be right).
If you have any questions about the Dashboard, please speak to one of the class teachers or to the headteacher about it.