All state schools in England are inspected by Ofsted on a regular basis.
Bidston Village CE Primary was last inspected in March 2018. 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 school continues to be a GOOD.
The leadership team has maintained a good quality of education in the school since the last inspection.
Pupils who have special educational needs and/disabilities are made to feel welcome in nurturing environments.
Parent responses included 'This is an excellent school with teachers who are kind and compassionate; often going beyond what you would normally expect to make my child feel happy and secure. I would strongly recommend this school to a fellow parent'
A pupil told Ofsted 'Our school is special, its a christian school and we respect everyone for who they are'
This is a testament to the consistent emphasis that we place on developing Christian values, excellent relationships and nurturing our pupils, ensuring that they realise they are unique and special individuals.
This March 2018 report recognises our children's consistently good behaviour, both in classrooms and around the school. It highlights that we provide a good standard of education therefore ensuring good progress for our pupils including those in our inclusion bases.
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.