All state schools in England are inspected by Ofsted on a regular basis.
Bidston Village CE Primary was last inspected in June 2014. The report from this inspection is available below .
We are proud that are school has been judged to be a GOOD school and we continue to work hard to make our school outstanding in all areas.
The summary from the last OFSTED reads
This is a good school.
Pupils achieve well. They start school in the Early Years Foundation Stage with skills and knowledge well below that typical for their age, and make good progress to reach average standards by the end of Year 6.
Teaching is good. Teachers know their pupils well, and set work which enables pupils of all abilities to make good progress from their starting points.
Pupils’ behaviour is outstanding. They have excellent manners and treat each other with great respect. They thoroughly enjoy their learning, and always try hard to produce their best work.
The school’s work to keep pupils safe is good. Pupils are confident that adults will look after them and teach them how to keep themselves safe.
Leadership, including the work of the governors, is good. Leaders regularly check how well the school is performing, and take firm action to address weaknesses and to bring about improvements in achievement, teaching and behaviour.
Governors make every effort to find out for themselves how well the school is doing, and use the information to hold leaders to account for school improvements.
The curriculum is good. Pupils are provided with a range of exciting experiences which engage their interest and contribute to their love of learning. These experiences make a valuable contribution to their excellent social, moral, cultural and spiritual development.
Past inspection reports, as well as other data related to the school can he found on the Ofsted website here.
The Department for Education website can also provide a wealth of detailed information and data relating to the school.