As a Church of England school, two different bodies inspect us: the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted) and the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS), each placing a different focus on what we have to offer our children.

The Ofsted School Inspection Guide for Parents can be found here

St Stephen’s Ofsted Report

St Stephen’s was last fully inspected in March 2015 and was judged ‘Good’ in all areas, achieving an overall judgement of ‘Good’. 

The school is delighted that the report reflects an ongoing improvement in attainment since the last inspection, and has captured the many strengths which make St Stephen's the special school we know it to be.

St Stephen's latest Ofsted report can be viewed here

The Government school performance figures for St Stephen's School can be viewed here

 

More On Our Achievements  

See our Curriculum & Performance page for more information on St Stephen’s regarding; 

  • Key Stage 1 and 2 attainment levels
  • Phonics Screening results
  • Pupil Premium Grant
  • Sporting Premium Grant
  • Healthy and Active lifestyles
  • Competitive school sport

“Children love their learning because the activities are interesting and teachers teach in lively ways.”
 
Ofsted Report 2015
 

“Children love their learning because the activities are interesting and teachers teach in lively ways.”
 
Ofsted Report 2015
 

“Pupils' personal development has a high priority. All pupils are known as individuals to all adults in the school.”
 
Ofsted Report 2015
 

"Pupils respect each others views and are proud of being pupils at St Stephen's."
 
Ofsted Report 2015


Parental Feedback

Parent View is the main way in which Ofsted gauge parent satisfaction with the school, and is open for parents to comment at any time. Please click on the image below to access parent view.

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