Summaries of the most recent School Inspection reports may be found below; you may read the full reports on the Policies and Reports page.
The School was last inspected in May 2017 with a compliance-based inspection. The School was judged to be compliant in all eight parts including:
Quality of Education provided
Spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of pupils
Welfare, health and safety of pupils
Quality of leadership in and management of schools
The last Quality of Education inspection took place in May 2011. Comments made in the report by the ISI inspectors include:
A wide range of extra- curricular activities and lively, challenging and interesting teaching ensure that boys are highly successful in their learning. Their overall achievement is outstanding.
Excellent behaviour, positive attitudes and a close rapport with staff are the cornerstones of the boys’ success. Educational visits and further experiences outside of the classroom, organised by the committed and high-quality staff further enhance the curricular provision.
The quality of personal development is excellent. Strong relationships between staff and boys promote a love of learning and enthusiasm for life.
Boys develop outstanding personal qualities; they speak, reason and think confidently. Their spiritual, moral, social and cultural awareness is excellent. Welfare, health and safety are excellent. Staff provide a very supportive environment and strongly support the boys’ needs.