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Inspection Reports

Gumley House is regularly inspected by Ofsted and, as a Catholic school, are also inspected by the Diocese of Westminster.  The information below outlines our latest inspection results.

The Diocesan Education Service of Westminster inspect to report and advise the Archbishop on the quality of classroom religious education and the school as a Catholic community. 

Our latest Diocesan inspection occured on 24th - 25th April 2013 and grades were given for individual characteristics of the school.  The report identifies 8 different aspects of our school as 'Outstanding'.

You may download a copy of the report from the Diocesan website.

Ofsted (Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills) inspect and regulate schools in order to achieve excellence in the care of children and young people, and in education and skills for learners of all ages. 

Our last inspection occurred on the 18th – 19th October 2006 where our school was deemed as ‘Outstanding in ALL categories’.  

Many outstanding schools then receive an Interim Assessment to evaluate whether a full inspection is required.  Gumley House was given an interim assessment in July 2010 where it was stated that we continue to hold our outstanding status. 
 
In March 2012, we received a 'survey' inspection which consider big issues, looking closely at a specified subject (in our case, ICT) and its impact on teaching and learning across the school.  We had the pleasure of welcoming Ofsted's National Advisor for ICT who, after his two day inspection, deemed our school to be outstanding.
 
To download a copy of the above full reports, please visit Gumley's page on the Ofsted site.  Please note, when you visit Ofsted's website you will see the word 'closed' next to the school which reflects the schools transfer to an Academy.