Ofsted is a non-ministerial government department established under the Education (Schools) Act 1992 to take responsibility for the inspection of all schools in England, whether state or independent. Its role also includes the inspection of local education authorities, teacher training institutions and youth work. During 2001, Ofsted became responsible for inspecting all 16-19 education (through college inspections and 14-19 area-wide inspections) and for the regulation of early years childcare, including childminders.
The Priory Pembroke Academy currently has no OFSTED report.
The first inspection of new academies, usually takes place within three years of opening.
Ofsted Parent View
Parent View is the government's online tool that allows parents to anonymously give their opinions about any educational establishment in England.
Follow the link below:-
DFE Schools Performance Tables
Please click on the link below which takes you to the DfE's School Performance Tables.