Schools regularly receive some kind of external evaluation of how they are doing through an external inspection. The frequency of these depends on a number of factors, including performance.
High Wycombe Church of England School was last inspected by October 2017. The school was judged to be ‘Good' in all areas including Early Years provision.
It is pleasing that Ofsted recognised the impact our teaching and learning has on all children’s progress. I am also reassured that the targets identified by the Inspector are ones we already had in our School Improvement Plan and we were quick to act on them. Since the inspection we have continued to develop our curriculum to create an exciting, fun learning experience for everyone.
I am most proud of what the inspector said about the pupils and staff of the school and hope you will agree that the picture of High Wycombe Church of England School that takes shape in the report matches the Christian Vision and Values statements that our whole school community contributes to.
‘Staff morale is high and teachers are enthusiastic’
‘Pupils show a good deal of self-confidence because they feel valued and well cared for’ (Ofsted 2017)
As ever, this provides a benchmark on which we shall build our efforts to improve the school further with our ambition to move from a good school to an outstanding one.
For a full detailed view of the latest Ofsted report please see below and a Letter of congratulations from Executive Director of Children's Services
‘SIAMS Inspection’ (Statutory Inspection of Anglican & Methodist Schools)
As a church school, we also receive a ‘SIAMS Inspection.’ The school was judged to be 'Outstanding' in all areas during the February 2018 inspection
Schools Perfomance Data
No national assessments took place in the summer of 2020. Therefore, our results for academic year 2018-2019 are published below, in accordance with government guidelines.