Ofsted Reports

Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. It reports directly to Parliament and is independent and impartial. Ofsted inspects and regulates services which care for children and young people, and those providing education and skills for learners of all ages.

What is a school inspection?

A school inspection is a process of evidence gathering in order to provide an assessment of how well a school is performing. This is achieved using analysis of data, observation of lessons, interviews with teachers, analysis of students’ work and meetings with parents, students and governors. Inspections must be conducted by teams of inspectors, led by a registered inspector, and must result in a written report.

The School last Inspection Report is available to view or download.

  1. OFSTED Inspection – March 2007 adobepdficon_small
  2. OFSTED Inspection – December 2010 adobepdficon_small
  3. Bridge Inspection Report March 2014 adobepdficon_small
  4. OFSTED Inspection – December 2016 adobepdficon_small
  5. OFSTED Inspection – September 2017 adobepdficon_small
  6. OFSTED Inspection Report – May 2018 adobepdficon_small
  7. OFSTED Inspection Report September 2018 adobepdficon_small

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