Ofsted Inspection December 2016
'Outcomes for pupils, including the most able and disadvantaged pupils, in 2016 are above the national average by the end of key stage 2.'
'Parents are very supportive of the way all staff are very approachable and listen to any concerns. They appreciate the quality of the curriculum provided for their children to develop academic and social skills. They say that the parent forum provides an effective way of working with the school to make positive changes for pupils.'
Link: Ofsted Report Dec 2016
RE Inspection June 2017
'The Catholic life of the school is outstanding'
'The school provides excellent opportunities for pupils to serve others through involvement in activities and events designed to actively engage them in helping those in need. Through the school golden rules pupils have a developing awareness and understanding of Jesus’ commandment to ‘Love one another as I have loved you’ in their daily lives. Pupils are able to articulate the many charities they support including, Westminster Foodbank, Love in a Box, Cafod, Save the Children and The Catholic Children’s Society. Pupils show an understanding of following Jesus’ footsteps and demonstrating they are proud to be Catholic. Pupils speak enthusiastically about the call to serve and their understanding of the theology underpinning their actions. They have an excellent understanding of the Church’s call to action.'
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