School reports and reviews play an important role in helping prospective parents and pupils to access an unbiased review and account of a school.
We are delighted to be able to share our latest Independent Schools Inspectorate Report, and also a link to our Good Schools Guide Review in the section below.
Independent Schools Inspectorate
In October 2017, the King’s Foundation welcomed an inspection across all three schools from the Independent Schools Inspectorate.
All three schools achieved the highest possible outcome, being described as ‘Excellent’. The outcome of the inspection was an endorsement of our education standard and ethos and we were given the highest possible ratings in all areas, which is a testament to the standards and ethos here at King’s.
Download a copy of the report.
Good Schools Guide
The Good Schools Guide includes unbiased and candid school reviews and in-depth articles on education-related issues, helping parents to choose the best possible school for their child.
Read the Good Schools Guide review for King’s Worcester.
Pupils achieve highly in both academic and co-curricular areas and especially so in art, drama, music and sport.
Policies at King’s Worcester
We have a number of policies and procedures to ensure that we offer the best possible care for all pupils. Each one is regularly reviewed and updated.
PSHE and RSE Policies
In light of recent changes to the PSHE and RSE government guidelines, you can now view our latest Personal, Social and Health, Economic (PSHE) and Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) Policies here:-
Full details on our policies and Programme of Study can be found here on FireFly.
Early Help for Children and Families
At King’s we recognise the challenges that families face in bringing up children. There may be times when you need extra help and support. If this is the case, please come and talk to us. There are many ways in which we can help as outlined in our offer of early help available through the following link.
Gender Pay Gap
The purpose and legal basis for the review and the processing of personal information in the OFSTED Review
OFSTED wishes to use the views provided to them by children for research they carry out.
OFSTED has been asked by the Secretary of State for Education to conduct an urgent review of safeguarding policies in state and independent schools and colleges in relation to sexual abuse. This means that processing the views of children and young people, using the safeguards described above, is necessary for reasons of substantial public interest and whilst exercising official authority.
These are in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (articles 9 and 6) and also the Data Protection Act 2018 (schedule 1, part 2(6)). If you wish to find out more about how OFSTED processes personal data please access via this link.
More information about the review can be found here.