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OFSTED (The Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills). OFSTED is responsible for inspecting the standards of schools, colleges, childcare and social care in England. Ensuring the children are happy. healthy and making progress. Our last inspection of Early Years was in June 2013. OFSTED graded our school as Outstanding. Inspectors made judgements on a scale: outstanding (grade 1); good(2); requires improvement (3); inadequate (4).

  • School inspection reports will have information such as:
    - how well inspectors think the school is doing and what it could do to make things even better
    - how well pupils are doing, both in their education and their overall well-being and personal development
    - what parents and carers think about the school
    - how up to date the school buildings are, including any boarding school living accommodation
    - how any problems or complaints are dealt with
    - how the school complies with rules and regulations.
oftsted_logo_08-09.jpg OFSTED (The Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills). OFSTED is responsible for inspecting the standards of schools, colleges, childcare and social care in England. Ensuring the children are happy. healthy and making progress. Our last inspection of Early Years was in July 2009. OFSTED graded our school as Outstanding. Inspectors made judgements on a scale: outstanding (grade 1); good(2); satisfactory (3); inadequate (4).
Ofsted.jpg OFSTED (The Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills). OFSTED is responsible for inspecting the standards of schools, colleges, childcare and social care in England. Ensuring the children are happy, healthy and making progress. Our last inspection was in January 2008. Ofsted graded our school as Outstanding. Inspectors made judgements on a scale: outstanding (grade 1); good (2); satisfactory (3); inadequate (4).
   
healthy_schools.jpg We are proud to say that we have been awarded Healthy School Status, which shows that we have a commitment to promoting healthier lifestyles for the whole school community.
Healthy schools focuses on four core areas and our Health Schools Coordinator Sarah Moran has led a lot of work in raising awareness, and helping to embed the principles into every day school life. These areas are;
  • Personal, Social & Health Education
  • Healthy Eating
  • Physical Activity
  • Emotional Health & Wellbeing
qa_logo_2.jpg The Bristol Standard is a self-evaluation framework which Battledown has used to improve on our previous best. It involves working together on developments to improve outcomes for all children and families.

In using the Bristol Standard, Battledown’s practitioners have been part of a process that protects and celebrates the wonder of childhood through well-informed and reflective practice.