Ofsted report

The whole school team are tremendously proud that Ofsted has recognised all of the hard work, dedication and exemplary results that we and the whole school community have produced here at Whitehall Park School.

After all the challenges that we have faced through setting up the school, moving the school five times, and building everything from the team to the flat-pack furniture from scratch, we are all delighted with the outcome and particularly proud of the content of the report in May 2017 rating us as a GOOD School.  We feel it has really captured the many aspects of our school life that we are all so proud of and for a first ever OFSTED inspection we are thrilled that the hard work of the whole Whitehall Park community has been recognised.


Here are some of our favourite quotes from the report:


” Pupils at Whitehall Park are very happy and extremely proud to attend this school. They have a mature attitude to caring for others. As one pupil said, ‘We treat others as we would like to be treated ourselves.’”

“The behaviour of pupils is outstanding. Pupils demonstrate the school’s values in the way they help each other in lessons and on the playground. Pupils are very positive about how the school helps them to settle in and make new friends.”

“Parents are thrilled with the high-quality education their children receive at Whitehall Park. They can see how teachers excite and enthuse pupils in stimulating lessons.”

“The curriculum develops pupils’ love of learning. Subject leaders plan it very well. It provides stimulating topics that develop pupils as curious learners. “

“The school places an excellent focus on promoting pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural education. The learning environment reflects this very effectively and the school’s values.”

“Adults and pupils enjoy strong and positive relationships. This is a strength that is seen throughout the school. As a result, behaviour for learning is very strong. Pupils love learning and happily talk about what they are doing. They help each other during lessons without being asked by an adult.”


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