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Christ the King


Catholic Primary School


Thornbury, bristol

MAKING A DIFFERENCE

 

Inspection Reports

As a Catholic School we are inspected by two different bodies: the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (OFSTED) and we have a Diocesan Inspection which is carried out on behalf of the Clifton Diocese under section 48 of the Education Act 2005.  The Ofsted School Inspection Guide for Parents can be found by clicking here.  For further information regarding our Diocesan Inspection, please click here.

Ofsted Report

Christ the King was last inspected by Ofsted in November 2011 when we were judged to be Good with some Outstanding features.  The inspectors reported that "in all lessons seen during the inspection, pupils' behaviour was outstanding and pupils showed an eagerness to work hard and to learn.  Pupils talk of their enjoyment of all that they do in school".  To view a copy of this report, please click here.

 

"Outstanding care, guidance and support for all pupils are strengths of the school and are leading to better outcomes to the pupils' personal development" (Ofsted Nov 2011)   "Their behaviour is outstanding and results in an excellent working atmosphere in all lessons" (Ofsted Nov 2011)

 

Ofsted Data Dashboard

The Data Dashboard provides a snapshot of performance in a school.  The dashboard can be used by governors and members of the public to check the performace of the school or provider in which they are interested.  The Data Dashboard compliments the Ofsted Inspection report by providing an analysis of performance over a three year period.  Click here to view our Data Dashboard.

  

Diocesan Inspection

Christ the King was last inspected by the Diocese in February 2012 and was judged to be Good.  The inspectors reported that "Catholic life of the school is given a high priority with senior leaders modelling the values they wish to see in practice.  The opportunities for Spiritual and moral development are embedded in the school life".  To view the full report please click here.

 

"The schools 'Open Door' policy means that parents feel that their concerns and views are valued and they know they will be able to talk immediately to someone if they have an urgent problem" (Diocesan Inspection Feb 2012)   "The spiritual and moral development of pupils is a strength of the school.  They feel safe within the school and are enthusiastic about school life" (Diocesan Inspection Feb 2012)

 

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