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Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills. We inspect services providing education and skills for learners of all ages. We also inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people. ~ OFSTED Goverment website.

They report directly to Parliament and are independent and impartial. Their reports are published and available to all to read. Their website can be found at

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Parents & OFSTED

Parents can access Parent View for OFSTED. To access this please follow the link below.

Parent View on OFSTED

You can also review the school your child attends by using the link below to voice your opinion.

Ofsted Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school

Our OFSTED Report


Exceptional Ideas Ltd was awarded with a Good result from the last OFSTED report.

We stand as a good, for the following:

  • Quality of education
  • Behaviour and attitudes
  • Personal development
  • Leadership and management
  • Meeting the independent school standards
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Our last one was awarded a "needs improvement" score, so we were thrilled when we found out that we have improved. But that's not all, as we aim to improve further.


Pupils learn a coherent curriculum. They benefit from the high expectations for their learning and behaviour. The one-to-one lessons mostly help pupils focus and work hard. Pupils build up their knowledge over time.

Leaders have put an ambitious curriculum in place that meets pupils' needs. It identifies what pupils need to know to learn successfully. The curriculum breaks down the learning that pupils should understand and remember, such as important subject vocabulary. Staff help pupils connect new content to what they have learned before. As a result, pupils develop detailed knowledge across different subjects.

Leaders' therapeutic approach helps pupils to access the curriculum. Pupils' needs are identified accurately, such as through initial assessments when they join the school. Leaders and staff work closely to set and review well-considered targets. These help pupils make progress. In lessons, staff check learning closely, and correct pupils' misconceptions. Pupils understand that mistakes are part of the learning process. This enables them to develop their confidence and independence.

You can have access to the full report by clicking on the download below:

 Download here.