Headmaster David Craggs wrote to parents during the summer term following a safeguarding inspection of the school in late March 2015:
“Some of the wording of our policies and procedures required revision. As a result we put together an action plan to make sure that the required amendments were made to our policies and therefore met the ISI’s regulations.
“The inspection that occurred in October was in order to review the changes we have implemented and ensure that the school complies with the Independent schools Regulations.
“I’m glad to say that the inspection was a resounding success and the school has achieved an unequivocal clean-bill-of-health in respect of our safeguarding and child protection procedures and policies.
Read the inspection report here.