Following their recent Ofsted Inspection, we are pleased to announce that Chepstow House School has been judged as “Outstanding”.

The school achieved Outstanding in all 5 inspected areas and below is a summary of the key findings.

Effectiveness of leadership and management is Outstanding

“The headteacher is an inspirational leader who leads the school exceptionally well. She has enhanced the excellent quality of education since the school’s last inspection.”

Quality of teaching, learning and assessment is Outstanding

“Pupils make excellent progress in a wide range of subjects. This is the result of consistently outstanding teaching across the school.”

Personal development, behaviour and welfare are Outstanding

“Pupils’ behaviour is exemplary and supports their excellent progress. They are friendly, polite and respectful. Pupils value education and their attendance is well above the national average.”

Outcomes for pupils are Outstanding

“The school’s work to promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is highly effective in preparing pupils to take on their role as global citizens in modern Britain.”

Early Years Provision is Outstanding

“In the early years, children play and learn in a safe and secure environment. Adults use assessments very well to identify children’s next steps in learning. Excellent teaching ensures that children make exceptionally strong progress.”

Congratulations to the Headteacher, Angela Barr and to all the staff of Chepstow House School on their wonderful achievement.

For a copy of the full report click here and further information about Chepstow House School can be found at www.chepstowhouseschool.co.uk