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Ofsted

The school was inspected by Ofsted in April 2008. Since then there have been regular Ofsted data reviews. We have also had two SIAS and SIAMS inspections since 2008 which are also available to read.

You will find the inspection reports below as you scroll down the page.

The overall effectiveness of the school was judged as outstanding and comments include:

The school’s real strength lies in the fact that it meets a very wide range and variety of learning needs terrifically well. Parents feel strongly that this is the case .

The following comments represent the views of a great number of them; “All my children have been very happy at St George’s. It is a friendly school, which cares for all children whatever their needs and helps them achieve their best, whatever their ability.”

  • All pupils make exceptional progress in this outstanding school.
  • The school’s real strength lies in the fact that it meets a very wide range and variety of learning needs terrifically well. Parents feel strongly that this is the case.
  • Excellent progress begins as soon as children join the school. This is a highly effective school where pupils are very well motivated, keen and happy
  • They perform tremendously well in the Nursery and Reception and by the time they move into Year 1, standards in all areas of learning exceed the goals expected nationally at the end of the Foundation Stage. Attainment at the end of Year 2 is above average year on year.
  • Pupils’ learning habits are promoted very effectively through the consistency of the quality of teaching.
  • Pupils’ achievement is outstanding.Pupils’ learning habits are promoted very effectively through the consistency of the quality first teaching.
  • Pupils have an excellent understanding of how to keep safe and say they have no hesitation in turning to an adult for help. Children are extremely well prepared for the next stages in their education.
  • Excellent progress begins as soon as children join the school. This is a highly effective school where pupils are very well motivated, keen and happy
  • The head teacher provides excellent direction for the school.
  • The staff team work very well together.
  • Parents express a very high degree of satisfaction with the school
Our Current Performance Data

Performance data is now published as a document called an IDSR.
The top page gives you an overview on any key areas for the school to work on and then each following section gives specific performance details.

You will find our most recent report titled: IDSR Toddington St George 2018 (Scroll down)

(2019 will follow shortly once it is released to the school).

Performance Tables

You can get statistics about school performance, including test results, teacher assessments, Ofsted reports and financial information, as well as being able to compare schools in your area, from the Department of Education website.  
Please click HERE for more information.

Ofsted’s Parent View


Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school.

You will be asked for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.  They are very similar questions to our questions on our recent Parent Survey.

Ofsted Inspectors will use the information you provide when making decisions about which schools to inspect, and when. 

To participate please click HERE

Performance Reports
Ofsted Reports and Other DocumentsDownload
Primary Inspection Summary 2017-2018Download
Early Years Foundation Stage Report 2017-2018Download
School Performance Summary 2017-2018Download
Inspection Dashboard 2017Download
Summary Report 2017Download
Interim Ofsted Report 2011Download
KS1 Ofsted SurveyDownload
Outstanding Ofsted Report 2008Download
SIAMS Inspection ReportDownload
SIAMS Report 2018Download
SIAMS Report 2013Download
SIAS Report 2008Download

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