Schools generate and are the subject of various reports. These include those written following inspections, or reports written to account for how the school has spent government funding. Please find links and information below about the reports available from our school.

Schools are subject to inspections by the relevant authorities. These are designed to ensure schools are accountable to the community they serve, and that they are achieving the best possible outcomes for the children attending them. At Hormead, we have had a strong journey of growth and development over the last few years, and are proud of our achievements. 

Because we are a church school, we are inspected by both OFSTED and the National Society for Church Schools - SIAMS. Both inspections look carefully at key aspects of school life, including the attainment of children, the leadership and drive for improvement, and the behaviour of the children. The Church inspection also considers our effectiveness as a Church School and the distinctive character of our Christian Ethos.

In our last inspection we were graded GOOD in all areas by OFSTED. They recognised the strengths and high standards in our teaching of Writing and Maths, and highlighted the emphasis we place on addressing pupil's individual needs throughout the school. We were given a few areas to work on and we have already started to address these.
We were inspected for our Church School Distinctiveness and Effectiveness in May 2017. Following that inspection we were judged to be Good overall, with significant strengths in our Christian Distinctiveness as a Church School, and the Leadership and Management section. We were also given a few areas to work on and we have a clear plan moving forward to address them. We are very proud of this report, and feel that it reflects the hard work and dedication of all staff to ensure we can achieve our vision of Success for All and Enjoyment in Everything, rooted in the Christian Values of our school.