Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They inspect and regulate services which care for children and young people, and those providing education and skills for learners of all ages.
St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy was awarded an overall effectiveness judgement of Good in its last inspection and was indeed graded good across all areas.
Overall effectiveness – Good
The quality of education – Good
Behaviour and attitudes – Good
Personal development – Good
Leadership and management – Good
Sixth-form provision – Good
Our latest full report can be found here: St Joseph’s Catholic Academy – September 2022
The official Ofsted website can be accessed here.
Schools with a religious character must receive a section 48 inspection. These inspections cover the school’s Catholic life and worship and its provision, work and achievements in the field of religious education.
St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy was awarded an overall effectiveness judgement of Outstanding in its last inspection and was indeed graded outstanding across all four areas.
Catholic Life – Outstanding
Collective Worship – Outstanding
Religious Education – Good
View the latest report here Section 48 report.