All the schools in Doncaster with an "Outstanding" OFSTED report

Which schools in Doncaster have received the best grades from OFSTED?

Wednesday, 8th September 2021, 1:36 pm

Selecting a school for your child to attend can be a stressful endeavour – you need to make sure you pick the right one.

That’s why OFSTED exist, as they routinely inspect and grade schools based on four criteria. They are: quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development and leadership and management.

If a school excels in these categories, they are likely to receive an “outstanding” or “good” grade. If not, they will get a “needs improvement” or “inadequate” report, which is usually followed up by another inspection around 30 months later. Those with an “inadequate” score will also be monitored for a few months afterwards.

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L-r Leanne Hornsby, DMBC Assistant Director, Education, Commissioning and Business Development, Martyn Owen, Head of service for inclusion at Doncaster MBC, Sam Twiselton, deputy chair of Doncaster opportunity area social mobility programme, Helen Redford-Hernandez, Headteacher at Hungerhill School, Jamie McMahon, Regional Director of Delta Academies Trust, Gwyn ap Harri, CEO XP School Trust, Damian Allen, Director of People (DCS/DASS) at Doncaster MBC, Saul Farrell, DMBC senior strategy performance manager, Karen Fagg, Headteacher at Park Primary School, Paul Ruane, Head of Learning at Doncaster MBC, Dr. Nicola Crossley, Executive Director of Inclusion at Astrea Academy Trust and David Kessen, Doncaster Free Press. Picture: NDFP-09-04-19-RoundTable-7

"Outstanding” is the best grade a school can get, while “inadequate” is the worst.

Here is the full list of every school in Doncaster that has been given an “outstanding” report by OFSTED. For a full list of every school in Doncaster (within a radius of five miles – you can adjust this if you wish), follow this link to GOV.UK.

Every school in Doncaster with an “outstanding” OFSTED report

XP School

Middle Bank, DN4 5NG

Secondary & 16-18s

Last inspection: July 2017

Kirkby Avenue Primary School

Kirkby Avenue, DN5 9TF

Primary

Last inspection: May 2015

Scawsby Saltersgate Junior School

Barnsley Road, DN5 8NQ

Primary

Last inspection: March 2015

Heatherwood School

Leger Way, DN2 6HQ

All ages

Last inspection: December 2016

Stone Hill

Barnsley Road, DN5 7UB

Primary & Secondary

Last inspection: June 2019

Sprotbrough Orchard Infant School

Field House Road, DN5 7RN

Primary

Last inspection: March 2009

Warmsworth Primary School

Mill Lane, DN4 9RG

Primary

Last inspection: March 2014

Hungerhill School

Hungerhill Lane, DN3 2JY

Secondary

Last inspection: October 2012

Hill Top Academy

Edlington Lane, DN12 1PL

Primary

Last inspection: October 2011

Rowena Academy

Gardens Lane, DN12 3JY

Primary

Last inspection: June 2013

Tickhill Estfeld

Common Lane, DN11 9JA

Primary

Last inspection: July 2007

Askern Littlemoor Infant Academy

Alfred Road, DN6 OPZ

Primary

Last inspection: October 2007

St. Oswald’s Church of England Academy

Silver Birch Grove, DN9 3EQ

Primary

Last inspection: June 2014

Thorne King Edward Primary School

King Edward Road, DN8 4BY

Primary

Last inspection: October 2013