St Teilo’s Church in Wales High School was last inspected in February 2014 by Estyn, the schools inspectorate for Wales, and by The National Society. The reports from these inspections can be downloaded below.
Summary of inspection findings
The school’s current performance is GOOD.
This is because:
- performance at key stage 4 in qualifications that include English and mathematics has improved over recent years, is above expectations and compares well with that of similar schools;
- performance at key stage 3 has steadily improved over the last four years and compares well with that of similar schools;
in many lessons, pupils gain secure knowledge and understanding and develop effective skills;
- attendance rates are high and are above expectations; and
- the school works extremely well with its strategic partners and this work has positive impact on pupils’ standards and wellbeing.
The school’s prospects for improvement are GOOD.
This is because:
- senior leaders have maintained a clear vision of school improvement and have raised pupils’ academic standards and attendance rates at the same time as dealing with the challenges presented by managing a large capital building project, accommodating increasing numbers of pupils and re-locating the school to a new site;
- at whole school and middle management level, there are systematic processes to evaluate pupil outcomes and provision based on a thorough analysis of data, the views of pupils and parents and carers and reviewing information gathered from lessons observations and the scrutiny of pupils’ work; and
- governors are well informed about the work of the school, understand performance data well and provide effective support and challenge to the school.