Our last Ofsted Inspection took place on 19th and 20th September 2017. Following the previous inspection the school was graded as requiring ‘special measures’. We are pleased to report that we have moved on from this judgement to ‘requires improvement’. In short, this means that several areas of strength have been identified and that the school also understands what it needs to do to improve further.
More information is available on the letter sent to parents in October 2017. A copy of this and a full copy on the Inspection Report can be accessed below.
Report summary letter to parents
OFSTED Inspection Report Sept 2017
All Church of England Schools are subject to regular inspections by the Anglican Church. Our most recent inspection was in May 2017 when Rosherville was rated by the inspection as an outstanding Church school . Some of the key reasons were:
- Leaders have generated a distinctive and inclusive ethos which is making a significant impact on attendance, behaviour and academic achievement.
- Collective worship is highly valued and used well to raise aspirations and embed the school’s Christian values.
- Behaviour is exemplary. Children use the Christian values well to regulate their own behaviour and support one another.
- Leaders embody the belief that every child of any faith and of none is loved, nurtured and encouraged to live out their inherent worth. This has supported a continuous upward trend in academic standards, closed the gaps for disadvantaged children and ensured that SMSC remains at the heart of the curriculum.
A full copy of the report can be accessed below.
SIAMS Inspection Report May 2017