Our Lady’s High School is celebrating receiving Outstanding results in our Diocesan Inspection report. The school was awarded the top status, the highest award possible, across every single category.
Key findings are as follows:
Religious education is given high priority within the curriculum. The provision meets the requirements of the Bishops’ Conference for curriculum time and resource allocation has parity with other core subjects at each key stage.
The school’s contribution to the Common Good is second to none. Pupils flourish at Our Lady’s High School and their spiritual, moral, cultural and social development is good.
The school’s contribution to the Common Good is second to none. Pupils flourish at Our Lady’s High School and their spiritual, moral, cultural and social development is good. The Servite values imbue daily practice in the interactions between students and staff and there is deep respect between all members of the school community.
The curriculum for religious education meets the requirements of the Religious Education Curriculum Directory. It is planned meticulously to ensure that pupils have excellent opportunities to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the Catholic faith as they progress through the school
Classroom religious education has a high status in the minds of the pupils
Resources are very well considered and used very creatively to extend pupils’ religious literacy within and outside of the classroom.
The diocese are planning for a future where there will be no option but for schools to join a multi-academy trust. In order to ensure the future of Catholic schools, the diocese have developed a strategy and policy to enable the development of Catholic multi-Academy Trusts (CATs). They refer to each of these as a 'family of schools'.
Our Lady's High School is in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Westminster.