Ofsted Report

Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education. It is the government organisation responsible for inspecting and regulating care for children and young people.  This includes inspecting all settings for learners of any age.

The infant school was last inspected in June 2012 and the junior school in February 2017. Both of our schools are graded as good.The latest reports are available to view on the Ofsted website. To access either of these reports, click on the links below to view the reports:

Mowden Infant School

Mowden Junior School 

 

'Pupils are very motivated to learn because they know what they do well, where they need to improve and strive to achieve their challenging targets'

'Their excellent behaviour is reflected in their excellent attitudes, which enable them to apply themselves to the work they have been given to do'

 Infant school Ofsted  report 2012

'Pupils work hard during lessons. Teachers have high expectations and know their pupils well. Behaviour is good, because relationships are positive.'

'Pupils enjoy school. They speak highly of their teachers and are happy. Parents value the positive relationships between home and school.'

Junior school Ofsted report 2017