Christ The King Catholic Catholic Voluntary Academy and Sixth Form was inspected by Ofsted on the 24-25 September 2014. Click here to see Christ the King’s last Ofsted inspection document.
“A relentless drive to improve the quality of teaching has led to teaching that is mostly good, and some that is outstanding.”
“The academy provides a safe, caring and calm environment where all are valued, and learning can flourish. Students attend well and are proud of their welcoming and inclusive community. Those new to the school are made to feel especially welcome.”
“The Principal sets a clear vision and direction for the school, and is ably supported by an effective and cohesive leadership team. Their combined efforts and continued determination to improve standards ensure that all are committed to the school’s mission statement to ‘provide the best experience we can for all in our care in a living faith community’”
“The school promotes students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development exceptionally well. Relationships are characterised by high levels of respect and tolerance. Students are encouraged to take on leadership roles, both within school and in their local communities. These experiences ensure that they are given a good grounding for life in a multi-cultural, multi-faith democracy.”
“The sixth form is good. As a result of good teaching, students make good progress, and are well prepared for the next stage of their learning.”