The school was last inspected in January 2017. As a previously good school, it was a 1 day inspection confirming that the school is still "good". You can download the Ofsted letter below and the Ofsted web page for St Augustine's can be found here.
At the time of a school inspection and any time of the year, parents can give their views to Ofsted using Parent View. Your responses will help Ofsted to form an accurate picture of our school and give it a fair judgement.
In June 2016, the inspection of St. Augustine’s Catholic Primary School was carried out under the requirements of the Education Act 2005, and in accordance with Plymouth Diocesan Framework and Schedule for Diocesan Canonical Inspections (S48), approved by the Bishop of Plymouth. The full document details is available for you to read. Here is an conclusion from the report:
This inspection has allowed St. Augustine’s to show just how strong the faith life of the school is and how it is developing. This is a school with many riches. As the community grows in its self-belief it is hoped that it will grow to become a school which truly seeks to serve not only those within but the wider community. It is a school where parents can feel confident about the experience their children are having. The Bishop and the Diocese can feel confident that this is a school striving to live the mission of the Church in its fullness.