Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services, and Skills. It is the government organisation tasked with inspecting and regulating care for children and young people. This includes inspecting educational facilities for learners of any age.
St. Martin at Shouldham was last inspected in 2013. The full report is available on the Ofsted website.
'The pursuit of excellence in all of the school's activities is demonstrated by an uncompromising drive to strongly improve, and maintain, the highest levels of academic progress. This is apparent at all levels of leadership and management.'
'The school's curriculum provides highly positive experiences and rich opportunities for high quality learning.'
'Over the last five years, attainment in English and mathematics has been consistently above national averages. In some years, pupils have left the school more than a year ahead of pupils nationally.'
Key Stage 2 Results 2017
Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics - 72%
Average progress in reading: 2.1
Average progress in writing: 3.6
Average progress in maths: 4.2
Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in reading, writing and mathematics: 20%
Average scaled score in reading: 106
Average scaled score in mathematics: 108.