Catholic Schools Inspection

Under Section 48 of the Education Act 2005, governors must make arrangements for their school to be inspected every five years. (This is extended to eight years, for now, due to the pandemic.)

  • Good inspections provide the school with a clear independent evaluation of its strengths and the areas in which it needs to improve. This is now focused upon the school’s self-evaluation of its strengths and development needs.
  • The diocese obtains valid evidence of the quality of the Catholic life and religious education in its schools.
  • Inspection reports provide useful information for parents.
  • The school’s response to an inspection leads to better quality Catholic education.

Please click here to read our latest RE Inspection Report. 



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