Ofsted and School Performance
Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They inspect services providing education and skills for learners of all ages. They also inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people.
Overall effectiveness Good
The quality of education Good
Behaviour and attitudes Good
Personal development Good
Leadership and management Good
Early years provision Good
From the moment you walk through the door at Moorhill, you are in a world of ‘believing and achieving together’. Pupils enjoy being in school. They value their friendships. Pupils see themselves as respected and important members of the school community. Care and commitment shine out from Moorhill. Many visits, residentials and clubs enrich school life. Pupils are ready to face the challenges of learning and life that lie ahead. They truly do ‘believe and achieve together’.
Pupils understand that each person is an individual and that diversity is something to celebrate. They enjoy learning about different faiths. They think that ‘it is important to learn this so [that] we understand and respect other people’s religions’
Leaders place a high priority on all pupils being able to talk about their learning in a
range of subjects. Pupils who met with
inspectors in reading, science, writing and mathematics all spoke clearly about their
learning. They used a wide range of words and gave interesting explanations.
Children in Reception Year settle well into school. Children play well together, using both the indoor and outside areas to help them be active and learn. They get off to a flying start with their reading and writing. Adults know each child well. They interact with children throughout the day.
Reading is at the centre of the curriculum. Pupils enjoy reading and are passionate about it. They read fluently and with expression. Leaders have ensured that a love of reading is well promoted. As part of this work, teachers read to pupils every day during story time. Teachers are skilled at bringing stories to life for pupils. Pupils enjoy this time, and both pupils and staff hold this time dear.
Our most recent performance data can be found on the following link. Please note that there was no performance data Nationally for 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 academic years due to COVID-19 pandemic.
School Data Dashboard
The Ofsted Data Dashboard provides a snapshot of performance in a school, college or other further education and skills providers. The dashboard can be used by governors and by members of the public to check performance of the school or provider in which they are interested.
Please click on the link below to access our data dashboard: