All Kings Oxford sites were inspected with a day's notice and over the period of three days by Ofsted on 26-28 February 2019.
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 to Inadequate (Outstanding - 1, Good - 2, Requires improvement - 3, Inadequate - 4).
Kings Oxford received the following rating:
Overall effectiveness: Good
Effectiveness of leadership and management: Good
Quality of teaching, learning and assessment: Good
Personal development, behaviour and welfare: Good
Outcomes for pupils: Good
Overall effectiveness at previous inspection: Good
For more details, read the full Kings Oxford Ofsted report 26-28 February 2019.
Boarding school welfare report
Boarding provision for students aged under 18, in homestay and residential accommodation, was inspected on 5–7 October 2016.
Overall experiences and progress of children and young people: Good - 2
The quality of care and support: Good - 2
How well children and young people are helped and protected: Requires improvement - 3
The impact and effectiveness of leaders and managers: Good - 2
The boarding school provides effective services that meet the requirements for Good.
For more details, read the full Kings Oxford Ofsted Welfare report October 2016.