Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills and they inspect and regulate services which care for children and young people, and those providing education and skills for learners of all ages. Ofsted is probably best known for its schools inspection reports.
For a fuller description of what Ofsted do, please visit their own website:
As Queen Eleanor’s converted to an Academy with the Good Shepherd Trust on the 1st October 2014 we will cease to be recognised as a school by Oftsed until our next inspection.
You can download our latest report by clicking the link below.
The last full inspection of Queen Eleanor’s School was in January 2013, although in May 2011, the school had an Interim Assessment. Both reports are available in pdf format below as well as our 2002 Full Inspection Report. All of these reports are also available from the Ofsted website using the link above.
If you do have any questions on the school’s Ofsted report or status then please contact the school office or speak with the Headteacher directly.
OFSTED PARENT VIEW WEBSITE
Ofsted has created a website for parents to leave their views about a school. It can be accessed using the link below.
However, please bear in mind the school may not currently be available on Parent View as we have now converted to an Academy with the Good Shepherd Trust.