Our school underwent a short Ofsted inspection 3rd July 2019 and we are extremely proud to share with our families and staff that we were judged as an Outstanding School – for the fourth consecutive time.
We are delighted that the inspectors once again recognised the qualities that make our school exceptional; with the report confirming that Perseid School has maintained the outstanding quality of education since the last inspection. The report also highlighted that the development points identified at the previous inspection have been successfully addressed and the provision has further developed. To read the full report, please use the link below.
On behalf of the school, we wish to extend our thanks to staff, governors and parents for all their dedication, commitment and hard work, that contributes to the outstanding experience and education of our young learners and that makes our school a vibrant, successful and inspiring place. We remain determined to build on our success and share our outstanding practises with others.
Receiving a fourth consecutive Outstanding OFSTED judgement provides strong affirmation for all that the school seeks to achieve for the pupils. For our full statement, please click below.
In November 2020, Ofsted conducted a remote visit to Perseid School. This was not an inspection that was awarded a graded judgement, the purpose of the was a discussion regarding the return to school following a period of home learning, related to Covid-19. Report findings can be found below.
In a similar fashion, we are thrilled that Perseid School featured in Sir Michael Wilshaw’s last Annual Report as Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools. Hailed by Ofsted’s Chief Inspector as a ‘happy and inspirational place’, Perseid was selected as an example of high-quality education and best practice. The report stated: ‘pupils are keen to get off the buses when they arrive because they enjoy coming to school. External partners and other professionals recognise that leaders and governors are committed to ensuring that the school remains a centre of excellence that others can learn from”.