The Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted) is the official body for inspecting schools in the UK. Inspectors visit schools, sit in lessons, view student work, speak to students, teachers, management and parents and rate the school on the basis of their findings. Ratings go from Outstanding – 1 to Inadequate – 4.
The most recent inspection by Ofsted took place on 27–29 June 2018.
Kings Brighton received the following rating:
Overall effectiveness: Good - 2
Effectiveness of leadership and management: Good - 2
Quality of teaching, learning and assessment: Good - 2
Personal development, behaviour and welfare: Good - 2
Outcomes for pupils: Good - 2
Overall effectiveness at previous inspection: Not previously inspected
For more details, read the full Kings Brighton Ofsted report June 2018.
Boarding school welfare report
Boarding provision for students aged under 18, in homestay and on-site residential accommodation, was inspected on 14–16 March 2018.
Overall experiences and progress of children and young people: Good - 2
Taking into account:
How well children and young people are helped and protected: Good - 2
The effectiveness of leaders and managers: Good - 2
The boarding school provides effective services that meet the requirements for good.
Overall judgement at last inspection: Not applicable
Date of last inspection: Not applicable
For more details, read the full Kings Brighton Ofsted Welfare report March 2018.