What is an Inspection?

A school inspection is a process of evidence gathering in order to provide an assessment of how well a school is performing. Inspections are short and focused, and dialogue with senior managers in the school plays a central part.

The school's self evaluation provides the starting point for inspectors, and account is taken of the views of pupils, parents and other stakeholders. Inspections are conducted by a lead inspector (HMI or AI) and a team of inspectors and must result in a written report.

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For the Ofsted Parent View site which gives parents the opportunity to tell Ofsted what they think of the school, please click on the following link. Ofsted Parent View.

Ofsted Report 2018