Ofsted & Parent View
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Understanding a school inspection report
School inspection reports will have information such as:
- how well inspectors think the school is doing and what it could do to make things even better.
how well pupils are doing, both in their education and their overall well-being and personal development.
what parents and carers think about the school.
how up to date the school buildings are, including any boarding school living accommodation.
how any problems or complaints are dealt with.
how the school complies with rules and regulations.
Compare School & College Performance
The Department for Education (DfE) has launched a new website service which allows anyone to explore a range of data for a single school or to compare schools.
“The small school has a family feel where children mix across all the classes.”
“I like that it is a small school and the children get to know all ages.”
“Skidby is a close school where people pitch in together with a real sense of community.”
“The school is within a village community and has a caring ethos where the children look out for each other.”
“Skidby school has a strong outlook on values, politeness and behaviour to help see them through their school years.”
“The staff seem to be able to pin point the challenges pupils face and meet their educational needs.”
“The Friday assemblies are a great way for parents to feel connected to the school.”
“The children get individual attention from the teachers and that way teaching is tailored around the child.”
“The teachers very much inspire the children.”
“The staff are friendly and approachable.”
“The governors are approachable, willing to help and want the best for the school.”
“My children are happy.”
“The school has excellent teachers and support staff and has a friendly environment.”
“There is a tangible and positive energy about the place.”
“The children have a good relationship with their teachers.”