Below you will find our most recent Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) Inspection report which is a regulatory compliance report only.
You will see that the format of this report differs from the previous Inspection report from 2010. Previously schools received an Inspection which covered regulatory compliance together with judgements on various aspects of the school. These judgements included detailed observations of the quality of education, the quality of pupils personal development and the quality of extra-curricular provision.
From April 2016 independent schools are subject to two types of inspection:
Educational quality inspections report on the two main outcomes for pupils: achievement and personal development. Reporting is with reference to contributory factors such as the curriculum, teaching and pastoral care.
Regulatory compliance inspections report on a school's compliance with the Independent School Standards Regulations, and where applicable the National Minimum Standards for Boarding Schools and the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).