Littleton Green Community School continues to be a GOOD school.

View our report here. 

(Please see below for more information about understanding an Ofsted report)

Ofsted Report Highlights:


Back in 2019, Ofsted visited our school and their judgement showed that we provided the best possible start to learning for our children.

      • Pupils are helped to develop resilience and a positive outlook.
      • The school’s PURPLE values shine out in all aspects of school life.
      • Whatever their abilities or difficulties, all pupils are supported and encouraged to develop their talents and interests. 
      • Pupils do well in mathematics and writing. 
      • Pupils learn to respect others and how to show it. 

Share your views through Parent View.

Parents and carers can give their views of our school at any time of the school year and at the time of a school inspection using an online questionnaire called Parent View.

When our school is notified of its next Ofsted inspection, parents will be invited to give their views about the school to inspectors using the Parent View online facility as this has replaced Ofsted’s paper questionnaire.  Please make sure we have your most up-to-date contact details.

To use Parent View, please register with Ofsted using an email address and a password.  Once your login has been activated, it only takes a few minutes to complete answers to 12 short questions about aspects such as bullying, the quality of teaching, level of homework, etc.

Your views are important in helping inspectors make a decision about our school, and to help us know what is going well and what could be improved.


If you do not have a computer or an email address or if you would like help to use Parent View, please come into school and ask at reception.

Understanding a school inspection report

School inspection reports will have information such as:

    • how well inspectors think the school is doing and what it could do to makes things even better
    • how well pupils are doing, both in their education and their overall well-being and personal development
    • what parents and carers think about the school
    • how up to date the school buildings are, including any boarding school living accommodation
    • how any problems or complaints are dealt with
    • how the school complies with rules and regulations.

The school inspection report often helps parents and carers decide if they want to send their child to the school.

In particular it includes an overall score for how good a school is:

    • grade 1 (outstanding)
    • grade 2 (good)
    • grade 3 (satisfactory)
    • grade 4 (inadequate).

What’s in the report and how long it is will depend on the type of inspection the school has received and if it is a maintained or independent school.

If a school is satisfactory or is judged inadequate and requires a notice to improve or special measures, the report will explain why. We will monitor up to 40% of schools judged to be satisfactory; we will also carry out monitoring inspections of schools which require a notice to improve or special measures. These inspections will also have reports, but they will be shorter and just be about how the school is progressing.


For further information about inspections, go to the Inspecting schools pages.