School Priorities 2017- 2019

  1. To develop outstanding outcomes for pupils attending our school.
  2. To develop outstanding teaching, learning and assessment in our school.
  3. To develop outstanding leadership and management in our school.
  4. To create an environment that promotes outstanding personal development, behaviour and welfare.
  5. To develop an outstanding early years setting.

What did Ofsted say?

Bielefeld School's was last inspected by Ofsted in March 2016. 

Here are some of the comments that were made by the Ofsted Inspectors, extracted from their report.

"You, your leadership team and members of the school governance committee are deeply committed to all at Bielefeld School. An open and welcoming culture prevails. Pupils are happy and feel safe. While parents recognise that there has been a period of change at the school, a very large majority support the actions being taken because their involvement in the school has increased."

"Pupils’ academic achievement across the school is also good because you have a clear understanding of what good learning looks like."

‘Care’ lies at the heart of your core values and helps ensure that pupils’ academic and personal needs are fully met.

School Results

Here is a summary of Bielefeld School's results for the period 2016-2017

Due to the 'overseas' nature of Bielefeld School, our results do not feature in the Department for Education's (DfE) Performance Tables. The DfE publishes performance information for all UK schools.