Ofsted, Religious Education and Performance Reports
Our children work hard and we are proud of the results they achieve. Like them, we constantly strive to improve the quality of the education we offer and there two ways we monitor our progress against national targets.
Our school is routinely inspected by OFSTED and by the Diocese of Westminster to see the progress we are making. These inspections help us to plan how we intend improving the quality of education we deliver to our children. You can find out more about recent inspections by clicking the links below:
Our children sit tests in year two and year six. These Standard Attainment Tests (SATs) look at literacy and numeracy skills. They help us to compare how well our children our doing with other children across the country. You can see the most recent SATs results for our children by clicking the link below:
We welcome feedback about all aspects of school life and parents are encouraged to share their views by logging in to the Parent View website:
Today is World Book Day! The children and staff at St. Ignatius have been celebrating World Book Day with some very imaginative costumes, inspired by characters from their favourite books.read more
Fr Andrew will be leading our Ash Wednesday Service for the children in the school hall on Wednesday afternoon.read more