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Old Farm School is rated as ‘Good’ in the latest Ofsted Report.

Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education. It is the government organisation responsible for inspecting and regulating care for children and young people. This includes inspecting school and education facilities. Old Farm School received it’s first Ofsted Inspection in July 2020 and was rated as being strongly ‘Good’.

You can access the most recent report by clicking the button below.

See what Ofsted says about Old Farm School

“The curriculum at Old Farm School is personalised to each pupil. This means that each pupil is challenged to learn, taking their own ability and starting points into consideration.”

“Through comprehensive PSHE education, pupils learn about life in Britain, how to face risks and to have respect for people who are different to themselves. Pupils also learn how to keep themselves safe. They learn about staying healthy, physically and mentally.” 

"The site is very well maintained and the health and safety policy is implemented well. The site is bright, clean, tidy and safe for pupils and staff...the building and surrounding areas are maintained to a high standard." - Ofsted, July 2020

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