Inspections & Reviews


St Hilda's was last inspected by Ofsted on 14th May, 2014 and was judged to be a good school. The report is available in full to download below. Alternatively, please click here to visit the Ofsted website.

The main headlines included: 

  • The behaviour and safety of the pupils is judged to be outstanding.
  • The teaching is mostly good and some teaching is outstanding.
  • Pupils achieve well and...reach above average standards in reading, writing and mathematics by the end of Y6.
  • Pupils who start school with little or no English achieve well because of the very effective support provided for them.

SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools)

As a Church of England school, St Hilda's is also inspected under SIAMS (previously known as SIAS). St. Hilda's was last inspected on 25th March 2013 and was judged to be a good school. The report is available in full to download below.

The main headlines included: 

  • The effectiveness of the leadership and management of the school is outstanding.
  • The school, through its distinctive Christian character, is outstanding in meeting the needs of all learners.
  • The effectiveness of the religious education is good.
  • The impact of collective worship on the school community is good.

Parent View

Parent View gives parents the chance to tell Ofsted what they think about St Hilda's, from the quality of teaching to dealing with behaviour.

The survey can be completed at any time; not just, as in the past, when a school is inspected. The 12 part questionnaire does not allow free text comments but invites responses to a series of closed questions.

In order to submit your views, or browse recent results, please click here to visit the Parent View website.

The latest results from the survey are outlined in the documents and the charts below.