On 23rd May 2017, Croxley Danes School welcomed an Ofsted pre-registration school inspection by one of Her Majesty’s Inspectors. The pre-registration inspection informs the Secretary of State’s decision to register the school in order that it is legally allowed to open.

The school buildings, school plans and policies were all judged against the Independent School Standards, with the Inspector judging whether each area of the school provision would be ‘likely to meet the independent school standards’ or whether improvements must be made to meet those standards. We were delighted to be informed that in every respect the Inspector was entirely satisfied that the school would be likely to meet the independent school standards and no areas for improvement were identified.

The report issued by Ofsted can be downloaded below. 

In normal circumstances a new school would receive an Ofsted Inspection during its third year of operation; however, all routine inspections of schools were suspended on 17th March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Routine inspections currently remain suspended, although Ofsted have announced that they are planning a programme of visits to education providers during the autumn term 2020.