St Wilfrid's Catholic Primary School

St Wilfrid's
Catholic Primary School

Performance & Reports

Ofsted is a government body with the responsibility to inspect schools and other childcare settings to monitor and rate their effectiveness. Schools are inspected every few years. Please visit to find out more.

Ofsted publishes its findings in reports, which contain both a written description and appraisal of the school, and a series of judgements of the school’s effectiveness in a wide range of areas. These areas include academic standards, pupil behaviour and school leadership.

Latest Ofsted report (February 2023) 

Ofsted Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think of your child’s school. The questionnaire can be completed at any time - you don’t have to wait until the school is being inspected.   

Ofsted Parent View

As a Catholic Voluntary Aided school, alongside Ofsted, we also have a  Denominational Catholic School Inspection (CSI) to report to and advise the Bishop of the Diocese on the quality of classroom religious education and the Catholic life of the school. Inspection also provides an opportunity to inform parents/carers and the wider community on the quality of religious education and celebrate the school’s efficacy as a Catholic community. Inspections are undertaken by trained diocesan inspectors appointed by the Bishop.  

Diocese of Arundel & Brighton School Inspection Report

Department of Education - Performance reports on St Wilfrid's

School Exam & Assessment Results 2016 - 2022

NB No results for 2020 & 2021 due to Covid-19

IT children

Government guidance and tools to help you understand and analyse a school or college's performance can be found here.