Ofsted Performance

Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills and they inspect schools to assess the levels of teaching and learning. They monitor standards, track progress and share best practice.

Ofsted school inspections are required by law and Ofsted produces a guide for parents explaining their role and how they work. Ofsted reports directly to Parliament and is independent and impartial.

Woodbridge Primary School has been judged good by Ofsted.

You provide a rich education that aims to engage the imagination and allow for individuality and creativity. Pupils spoke highly of the variety of experiences that are offered. At the time of the inspection, teachers had organised events to spark excitement about learning this term. Parents are effusive about the school. One parent commented ‘Its a wonderful school. It’s a happy and safe place where both my children flourish’. Another said of you (the Head Teacher) ‘The passion he has for the school and how proud he is of the children and his staff always shines through’

Our Ofsted Report

Download our most recent Ofsted Report as a PDF (opens in a new window)

Download the letter we received from Ofsted after their research visit to us in October 2020.

Ofsted’s Parent View provides a mechanism for you to record your views about the school.

Parent View asks your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. Ofsted uses this information when making decisions about which schools to inspect.

By sharing your views, you can help your child’s school.

Link to Ofsted website to view Woodbridge Primary’s latest report.