In January 2009, we were visited by Ofsted, at which time they carried out a thorough inspection of our foundation stage, key stage 1 and key stage 2 classes. They observed the way in which we look after the children in our care, the quality of resources and equipment available to the children, our policies and procedures, and generally evaluated the service we provide.
We were informed of the outcome of the inspection at the end of the visit and we are happy to tell you that we were judged to be ‘Outstanding’ in almost every aspect of what we do.
You can read our latest Ofsted report by clicking here.
SECTION 48: INSPECTION OF THE CATHOLIC LIFE OF THE SCHOOL.
In October 2013, we were inspected under Section 48 and the judgement on our school was Outstanding!
St Margaret Clitherow School is an outstanding school. The Catholic ethos and the School’s Vision and Mission are explicit and can be articulated by Pupils, Parents, Staff and Governors, being the foundations on which everything is built and lived out. A culture of openness and trust prevails and forms the basis for the extremely positive relationships throughout the school which are recognised and appreciated by Parents and Governors. The Parish Priest and other Governors value and applaud the work of the school in the community in which staff members can be seen playing an active role in the parish.
In March 2016 we had an interim inspection of RE. We continue to be an Outstanding school.