From the EYFS onwards pupils achieve excellently in their learning and personal development. The school fully meets its aims. Attainment levels are high and all pupils make excellent progress both within and outside the classroom. Their overall success is promoted by excellent teaching... Pupils’ achievement is supported by their excellent attitudes to learning and
their exemplary behaviour. The breadth and richness of the curricular and extracurricular experiences ensure a broadly based education.
ISI Inspection Report 2011
Because Leicester Grammar and Leicester Grammar Junior Schools were rated as ‘excellent’ in every category at our previous inspection in 2011, the schools were required to be inspected by a smaller team from the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) in March 2017. This specialist team focussed on our compliance with all the regulations which apply to schools such as ours, which currently number over 400. The outcome of such an inspection is a report which is much briefer and targeted at whether the schools meet, or don’t meet, the standard set by each regulation. In addition, the best judgement descriptor that the inspectors can use is the term ‘good’. Both schools were found to be fully compliant.
No doubt parents will be pleased to read we have been found to be fully compliant but probably this is only what you would expect from schools such as ours. Possibly of more interest after this is the initial comment from the report under the section ‘Quality of Education’ which reads as follows:
At GCSE in the years 2012 to 2015, performance has been well above the national average for maintained schools. IGCSE results in the years 2012 to 2015 have been higher than worldwide norms. In the sixth form, A-level results in the years 2012 to 2015 have been well above the national average for sixth formers in maintained schools.
The full reports can be found using the link below:
Download our 2017 Compliance Report
Download our Full 2011 Inspection Report
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Alternatively, a printed version is available from the School at a cost of £10. Click here to request a copy.