A team of four from the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) spent two days at Kingsley this week looking at the educational provision from Early Years through to Sixth Form. The results of their inspection will be made public next month but initial feedback has been extremely positive.
At a debrief session with senior Kingsley staff, the inspectors were full of praise for what they had seen throughout The Kingsley School.
“What I can share with you is that the verbal feedback left me bursting with pride in the entire Kingsley community; a great many superlatives were used to describe the School and the learning that takes place here, as well as Kingsley’s unique atmosphere and ethos,” says Head teacher Ms Heather Owens.
The inspection team spent the week prior to their visit looking at school documentation to ensure Kingsley meets ISI regulations. During the inspection period, the team scrutinised pupils’ work, observed lessons, extracurricular activities, form time and assemblies and met with groups of girls and key staff and governors. Pupils and parents were also invited to fill in questionnaires about the School.