Birmingham School judged “Excellent” by 2019 Educational Quality Inspection Report

Hallfield School are delighted to announce the glowing results from the full ISI Inspection, which took place 12 – 14th February. The report included both a Regulatory Compliance Inspection and an Educational Quality Inspection.  The key findings were as follows:

The quality of the pupils’ academic achievements was judged “Excellent”. A high proportion of pupils are successful in obtaining scholarships, make rapid progress and use their excellent academic skills effectively.

The quality of pupils’ personal development was judged “Excellent”. Pupils are remarkably self-disciplined in pursuing goals, have great respect for the diversity of the school community, have high levels of emotional maturity and take a leading role in determining the culture of the school through their “Children’s Charter”.

The rating Excellent is the highest possible grade an independent school can achieve. Hallfield School was fully compliant with all of the Independent Schools Standards Regulations.

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Keith Morrow

Upon receiving the outcome, Mr Morrow stated “I am delighted that Hallfield has achieved the highest accolade possible. A huge thank you to all the staff involved for their tremendous hard work in securing these ‘excellent’ outcomes.  My thanks also to our parent body who responded so positively to the questionnaires and, of course, to our pupils who were articulate and impeccable at all times.”

Hallfield School is a leading independent, co-educational school located on Church Lane, Edgbaston. Currently celebrating its 140th anniversary, it academically stands head and shoulders above others in the Midlands with 87% of leavers being offered places to Local Authority Grammar Schools.

The majority of pupils leaving in Year 6 move onto Independent Senior Schools, including gaining scholarships at many local and national highly competitive and well-renowned schools.

For more information or to attend an Open Day, please contact [email protected]
To read the full report, please visit the link: https://www.hallfieldschool.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Hallfield-EQI-Report-February-2019.pdf

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