The latest Ofsted inspection of Lady Manners School happened in May 2018 in which we were judged to be a 'good school'.
The inspectors confirmed the strong culture of care and guidance within school, good behaviour, strengths in the Sixth Form and the vast and impressive range of extra-curricular activities. Safeguarding is effective and identified as a strength.
There are improvement points too. These will be emphasised even more within our school improvement planning as we move forward. We continue to strive to attain the very best opportunities that we can for all of our students.
Our Ofsted inspection reports and letters can be viewed on the Ofsted website.
At Lady Manners School we believe that having an understanding of how parents feel about their children's life at school is vital for our ongoing programme of improvements. For this reason, we encourage parents to let us have their feedback by completing a questionnaire when they attend parents' evenings. The results of our Parent View surveys during the last year are available on the Parent View page.
When Ofsted inspect a school they take into account the views of parents when making their judgements. They do this through use of a similar online survey also called 'Parent View'.
Department for Education Performance Data
The Department for Education maintains details of school performance, characteristics and spend per pupil data for all schools. Click here to see the achievement and attainment performance data held by the Department of Education for Lady Manners School.
Further information on our performance, including our examinations results is available on our 'Examinations' page.