Achieving high standards in our work is important to us and we welcome external inspection. The most recent Ofsted reports for St Rose’s and St Martin’s are listed below
St Rose’s (5-19) inspection – This took place in October 2017, with an overall rating of ‘good’. To access the full report click here.
St Martin’s Post 19 Inspection – The first full inspection by Ofsted to St Martin’s, the post -19 centre at St Rose’s which opened in autumn 2013, took place in December 2016. We were awarded a Good overall with an Outstanding for Outcomes for Learners. The inspectors praised the students, staff, strong leadership team and ambition of Governors and Trustees for students. To access the full report click here.
Residential Inspection – In March 2017, our residential welfare provision was inspected resulting in an overall ‘good’ rating, with the quality of care and support rated as ‘outstanding’. To access the full report click here. St Rose’s School Final following FAC 27.03.17
Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. The survey can be completed at any time; you don’t have to wait until the school is being inspected. This is relevant for Nursery and School only. Follow the link to Parent View to give your view on St Rose’s provision.
Where Learners Can Give Their Views Learner View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your further education and skills provider. Learner View asks for your opinion on a range of 10 aspects: from whether the lessons/training sessions are well taught to if you would recommend the provider to a friend. Ofsted use the information you provide when making decisions about which providers to inspect, and when. Follow the link to Learner View to give your view on St Martin’s provision.
St Rose’s aims to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that offers stimulating opportunities appropriate to the needs of our students.
A team of experienced therapists are employed directly by the school to work alongside education and care staff. Collaborative therapy and sharing that knowledge is integral to the work of our school.
When a child or young person is happy, they have the best chance of progressing and achieving their goals. Ensuring that your child’s emotional needs are met is as important as their physical requirements.