Click here to read our latest OFSTED report – November 2023

“Rednock School teaches pupils that ‘everyone matters’. It is a warm and welcoming place where
everyone is accepted for who they are”

The report, which will be publicly available from 24th January 2024, recognises that the “school teaches pupils that ‘everyone matters’” and is a “warm and welcoming place where everyone is accepted for who they are”. “Thanks to the trusting relationships between pupils and staff, pupils feel safe”, which “is a key reason why students decide to continue their studies in the school’s Sixth Form”. It notes the “comprehensive curriculum for personal development” and how the school “places a high priority on meeting the needs of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND)”. 

The report notes the “growing range of clubs on offer” that “cater for different interests” and emphasises the importance of learning and how “pupils’ learning is rarely disrupted as the standard of behaviour has improved” as “the expectations of pupils have risen”.  As a result, “pupils focus on the substance of their learning and are not distracted.”

Click here to read our OFSTED report January 2018

What did OFSTED say about us?

A copy of our published Ofsted Inspection report can be found above.  It is heartening that Rednock School is officially a “good” school.  We continue to drive for success; there are areas were we can and will improve but this is a real endorsement of what we are doing in partnership with you.  It is clear that Inspectors were extremely pleased with the ‘every child matters’ focus and the drive to maintain standards in all aspects of the school.

Click here to read our OFSTED report November 2014.

What did OFSTED say about us?

“The school’s work to keep students safe is outstanding. Students know about different kinds of risk, including when using the internet, and how to keep themselves safe. As a result they feel very safe in school.”

“Relationships between students and staff are strong. Students say that adults are available if they need help. They have full confidence that the Community Leaders and the Community Support Officers are always there for them. One Year 11 students told inspectors: ‘This is a good school, you can easily talk to staff and they will help you’.”

“Teaching is good. Teachers have very good subject knowledge and enthusiasm for their subject so that they plan interesting activities which are successful in engaging students and promoting good understanding.”

Click here to go to the OFSTED website.

Click here to access the OFSTED Data Dashboard