Ofsted rates all inspected Hounslow schools ‘Outstanding’ or ‘Good’

Schools in Hounslow have received very positive reviews from regulatory inspector Ofsted. Hounslow Town Primary School, which was the latest school to be visited in this round of inspections, was rated as ‘Good’.

Every school which has undergone an inspection the borough is now rated ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. Ofsted regulates and is responsible for standards in education, children’s services and skills. Four schools in Hounslow have yet to undergo Ofsted inspections due to mergers.

A total of thirteen Primary Schools, six Secondary Schools and two Special Education Schools received the highest rating of Outstanding from inspectors.

On Thursday (3 February) Councillor Tom Bruce, Cabinet Member for Education, Children and Youth Services, visited Hounslow Town Primary School, the latest recipients of a successful ‘Good’ Ofsted report, to meet with pupils and teachers to hear about the positive changes implemented at the school to ensure rapid improvements were made.

‘Fantastic news’

Cllr Tom Bruce said:

“This is fantastic news for the borough. These reports show that our schools are helping to provide bright futures for every child in the borough.

“I’m immensely proud of the hard work and dedication shown by our teachers and school staff despite the significant challenges and disruption caused by the pandemic.

“Learning in a safe and happy environment is critical to ensure our children reach their full potential and achieve their academic and vocational goals.”

In recently published reports, Ofsted praised several areas across the various school settings. Ofsted inspection reports from all Hounslow Schools can be found on the Ofsted website.

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