Ofsted Inspections & Reports

Whitehorse Manor Infant School was inspected on the 8th March 2007 and given a judgement of Outstanding.

About The Assessments

Under the new Ofsted framework of January 2012 schools in this category are subject to regular ‘risk assessments’ which consider:

  • pupils’ academic performance;
  • pupils’ attendance;
  • any visits carried out by Ofsted since the last inspection;
  • complaints about the school by parents or carers;
  • any other significant issues brought to Ofsted’s attention.

Following a risk assessment carried out on the 30th June 2010 the inspector wrote ‘I am pleased to inform you that our interim assessment shows that the school’s performance has been sustained and that we can defer its next full inspection’.

Full details of Ofsted’s visits to the school can be found in the following report.

Please note: you may notice that the school is listed as closed but this is simply because of our change to academy status in April 2011.  We are very much ‘open for business’ as normal and in the process of expanding to 4 forms of entry in order to offer more places to meet the high demand from local parents.

Published on 10th July, 2017

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