Ofsted

 

Westfield Academy has been a consistently "Good" school since 2012. 

 

We have been inspected in 2012, 2016 and 2019, each time we were judged "Good." All the inspection reports are below. We now believe we are firmly on a journey to becoming "Outstanding."

 

Most recent Inspection dates: 10–11 December 2019 Outcome

Westfield Academy continues to be a good school. 

 

"Leaders challenge pupils to ‘believe, strive, achieve’. This vision is making a difference to how pupils approach their learning. The ‘Westfield Way’ rules for learning lay out leaders’ high expectations. Pupils want to learn and their behaviour is good. "

"Pupils tell us that they enjoy school and feel safe. They are proud of their school building. They say it helps them to move calmly around the school. They trust staff to sort things out if they have a problem and say that bullying is rare."

"Positive relationships between staff and pupils help pupils to be more thoughtful, kind and respectful to others. One pupil said, ‘The teachers care.’"

"Pupils are taught well and they value the support their teachers give them."

"The school offers pupils plenty of things to do outside of their lessons. School trips and clubs, such as sports, music, dance and chess, are well attended. The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is popular with older pupils. Pupils are helped to make healthy choices. ‘The Westfield Mile’, a daily walk for key stage 3 pupils, helps pupils to mix and get fitter."

 

Please read the full report by clicking the link below;

 

OFSTED Inspection report Dec 2019

Ofsted Inspection 2016

Previous Inspection 2012

 

Full information concerning this, and previous, inspections may be found on the Ofsted website.
 

 

OFSTED Parent View.

Please see the link below to give OFSTED feedback on how the school is doing;