“Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. We inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages. Ofsted is a non-ministerial department.”
In January 2022, a section 8 OFSTED inspection was undertaken. The report confirms that we continue to be a good school. Full report:
"Pupils are proud to be part of the Oldmixon ‘family’. Staff know pupils well, and this helps them to feel safe. Pupils enjoy coming to school. They talk positively about the wide range of opportunities provided. Pupils take on roles such as mini police and play leaders. They hold these responsibilities in high esteem. Staff work together to provide opportunities to develop pupils’ independence and resilience."
"Pupils understand the high expectations leaders have for their behaviour. They talk with joy about gaining a place at the Friday banquet or receiving a book award. However, they do not underestimate the hard work that goes into these achievements. Consequently, pupils’ conduct, both in lessons and around the school, is strong. Pupils show respect and kindness to all around them. They encourage and support each other in their learning. Pupils say that bullying does not happen. They are confident that staff would sort out any problems quickly should they occur."
You can also access our latest Ofsted reports directly from the Ofsted website: https://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/provider/21/144927
"Pupils are proud to be part of the Oldmixon 'family'. Staff know pupils well, and this helps them to feel safe.' OFSTED January 2022