Redland Green School has been rated as an ‘Outstanding’ school by Ofsted since its last inspection in May 2016.
We recognise that Ofsted is only one way of measuring a school’s success, however we believe that this report is an accurate reflection of our staff and pupils’ commitment and diligence.
Ofsted inspectors visited the school and found it to be ‘Outstanding’ overall and in all judgements. The report states “achievement across the school, including the sixth form is outstanding”. They were especially impressed by the personal development of the students and their preparation for the role they will play as responsible citizens in society.
What Ofsted said:
Here are some quotes from the inspection team who visited us in May 2016:
"Staff have high aspirations and expectations for pupils, regardless of background or starting point. Pupils have high aspirations for themselves."
"An exceptional range of opportunities offered outside of the classroom are all well attended and highly valued by both pupils and parents. Clubs and trips, including university visits, sports teams and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme offer additional experiences for pupils to develop their skills and interests."
"The most able pupils, who constitute a large majority of the school population, are challenged well. As a result, their progress continues to rise. For pupils who started the school with lower reading ages, intensive support is rapidly increasing their progress."