Inspection Reports


Our school was last inspected by the School Inspection Service (SIS) between 17th and 19th November 2015.

Whole School Inspection Report

17th/19th November 2015

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  • ‘The quality of education is good and provision for children in the EYFS in our Nursery aged between 3 and 5 is outstanding.
  • The good quality of teaching enables most pupils to make good progress over time and to attain well above average standards at the end of each key stage.
  • By the end of Key Stage 4 results at GCSE are well above the national average. In the last academic year 94% pupils in Year 11 achieved 5 GCSE A*-C, including in English and mathematics.
  • The quality of pupils’ personal development is outstanding because of the school’s strong emphasis on the important values that underpin its ethos.
  • The school maintains a constant focus on developing the whole child through excellent pastoral care, and the exceptional range of extra- and co-curricular activities gives every child the chance to excel at something.
  • Pupils have exceptional opportunities to develop their creative, sporting, musical and artistic talents.
  • Provision for pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding.
  • The pupils are outgoing, courteous and polite.
  • An excellent variety of trips, locally and overseas, supports the curriculum and a full programme of sporting fixtures, inter-house music and drama competitions gives everyone a chance to showcase their talents.
  • The school’s provision for welfare, health and safety is outstanding’.


Our Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS: Nursery and Reception) was also inspected by the School Inspection Service (SIS) between 17th and 19th November 2015.

In the EYFS section of the inspection report, SIS noted:

EYFS Inspection Report

17th/19th November 2015

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  • ‘The school provides a highly effective nursery setting for children in the early years.
  • All children progress extremely well in their learning and development relative to their starting points, and are well prepared for the next stage of their education.
  • The needs of the range of children who attend, including those who have special educational needs, are particularly well met.
  • The personal and emotional development of the children is very good.
  • This is a happy learning environment where children are well cared for and feel safe and secure.
  • The teaching, learning and assessment are outstanding.
  • The personal development, behaviour and welfare of children is outstanding.
  • Children consistently make excellent progress in all areas of learning from their different starting points.
  • Most children exceed the level of development that is representative of their age thus ensuring that they are extremely well prepared for the next stage of their education’.

Quinton House School