In our most recent Ofsted inspection, it has been stated that ‘the headteacher has created a strong staff team. Together with governors, they have high aspirations for pupils and pupils’ outcomes’ and that the ‘pupils’ personal development and welfare are a high priority in the school. Leaders have created an ethos of positive working relationships throughout’. (Ofsted, January, 2018).
Our most recent Ofsted report can be viewed and downloaded by clicking on the link below.
RE Ofsted (Section 48)
St. Antony’s Catholic primary school is a good catholic primary school with strengths in its close relationship with the neighbouring parish, the determined leadership…and the careful way in which all pupils and staff have come together to form an inclusive community. In the words of its mission statement, the school is successfully demonstrating its commitment to ‘work together’, ’share our gifts’ and ‘respect each other’ (March, 2013).
To view or download our most recent Section 48 inspection, click on the links below.