St. Dominic’s Priory School in Stone is thrilled to share the wonderful news that they have received an ‘Excellent’ achievement in their latest ISI Inspection report (Independent Schools Inspectorate) which is equivalent to ‘Outstanding’ in Ofsted. St. Dominic’s Priory School is a highly successful Independent School and Nursery, educating girls and boys from 3 months old. They value individuals and their small class sizes create an environment in which potential can be fully realised because each child is known, cared for and encouraged to be the best that they can be.
The Inspectors were very complimentary about the school’s students, staff and educational offering.
Please find listed below some quotes taken from the report:
“Students are industrious and work effectively both independently and with others”.
“Students are mature for their age and confident in approaching different subjects. They display strong communication skills, speaking articulately and enthusiastically”.
“The quality of academic and other achievements is excellent”.
“The quality of teaching is excellent”.
“Relationships amongst staff and pupils and pupils themselves are excellent”.
Headteacher Mrs Rebecca Harrison commented “I am delighted with our recent inspection and feel privileged to be a part of such a wonderful school whose deserved reputation is one of excellent achievements”.
Please call the School Office on 01785 814181 if you would like to look around the school and meet with Mrs Harrison.
We are delighted with all of the inspectors’ findings but particularly proud of the judgement on the quality of the teaching and learning. The Reporting Inspector remarked that this is the toughest category in which to achieve “excellent” and is only gained by about 10% of schools.
Please see the full Report by clicking here