The Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) is an organisation set up by the government. Their job is to inspect schools (plus other organisations) to ensure that education for children is up to set standards. They are also responsible for ensuring that children are well looked after and kept safe whilst in school

Our latest Ofsted report can be accessed here.

We are pleased to share that St Clement’s C of E Academy is a ‘Good’ school.

Ofsted Inspection CriteriaGrading
Overall EffectivenessGood
Achievement of PupilsGood
Quality of TeachingGood
Behaviour and Safety of PupilsOutstanding
Leadership & ManagementGood

Ofsted Said…

“Senior Leaders and staff are committed to providing a safe and caring environment for pupils so that they thrive personally, socially and academically.”

“Senior Leaders and staff have worked successfully to build strong and positive relationships with parents, as a result, pupils enjoy school and parents are happy with the quality of education that their children receive.”

“Pupils are polite, friendly and well behaved. In lessons, they display positive attitudes to learning and listen carefully to teachers’ expectations.”

“The curriculum supports pupils’ social, moral, spiritual and cultural development successfully.”

“Pupils appreciate the care and support they receive and say that the adults are helpful and teach them well.”

“Pupils learn about a range of faiths and cultures and make regular visits to places of worship to deepen their understanding of different religions.”