Webbs Wood Road, Bradley Stoke, Bristol , BS32 8EJ
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OFSTED AND RE INSPECTIONS                   

OFSTED said....


This is a good school because:-  

  • The school is a happy and vibrant place to be. Staff and pupils are very welcoming and clearly proud of their school.
  • The leadership has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last visit.
  • Parents and carers recognise the effort made to celebrate the unique qualities of every pupil.
  • Pupils have a clear understanding of what is expected of them and are extremely motivated by the curriculum; this has resulted in improved outcomes for pupils and teaching that is consistently good.
  • Pupils of all ages, especially those with special needs and /or disabilities, show extremely high levels of enthusiasm and engagement.
  • Every parent who responded to the online questionnaire, Parent View, would recommend the school.
  • Pupils value the opportunities to work with staff, who support their social and emotional needs.
  • A particular strength of the school is the promotion of respect and tolerance across a wide range of cultures.
  • Pupils say they feel safe in the school and every parent who responded to the online questionnaire, Parent View, agreed.

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The Diocese said...



This is a good school because:-

  • The school's strong Catholic identity and ethos permeates through all aspects of its life and promotes an inclusive, outward looking community which values the individual.
  • The strong systems for providing pastoral care for both pupils and staff are at the heart of the school's mission and is commendable.
  • The school's high standards of behaviour engenders a culture of respect among pupils for themselves and others.
  • The quality of teaching is good across the key stages and sometimes outstanding.
  • Pupils show interest in the religious life of others and, as they move through the school, grow in confidence in expressing their own views and beliefs whilst valuing the views of those from other faith perspectives.