St John Bosco Catholic Primary School


Ofsted Inspection

Our last Ofsted Inspection was conducted in February 2012.

We were delighted to receive outstanding status. Some of the highlights of the inspection report include:

  • This is an outstanding school.
  • [Children] develop rapidly throughout the Early Years Foundation Stage.
  • Pupils are unfailingly polite, and their maturity and enthusiasm contribute greatly to their learning.
  • The headteacher and his deputy work very successfully and in close collaboration with staff and members of the governing body to provide pupils with an outstanding education.
  • Achievement is outstanding for all groups of learners, including disabled pupils and those with special educational needs.
  • The school takes its obligation to promote safety very seriously.
  • The curriculum is broad and balanced and contributes strongly to pupils’ excellent cultural and spiritual development.

You can read the full report below:

Parent View

You can now share your views on our school via Ofsted’s Parent View website. By sharing your views, Ofsted hopes you’ll be helping the school to improve. You will also be able to see what other parents have said about us.

Archdiocese of Birmingham RE Inspection

Our last RE Inspection was conducted in March 2017, when we were delighted to be judged as outstanding once again.

Some of the highlights of the report include:

  • The Catholic life, collective worship and religious education at St John Bosco Catholic Primary School are all outstanding.
  • The strong leadership of the governing body, headteacher and senior leaders demonstrates total commitment to the Catholic life of the school and all members of this diverse community are proud of the Catholic ethos.
  • The pupils’ response to collective worship is outstanding.
  • Behaviour of pupils throughout the inspection was exemplary.
  • Education about equality and diversity is a strong component of the curriculum and children respond positively to their learning about other faiths and cultures.

You can read the full report below:

Archdiocese of Birmingham