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Castle Hill High School

Our Quality Statements

Castle Hill High School has a clear Mission Statement:

To offer an inclusive learning environment that encourages students to take active control of their learning and behaviour, to embrace challenge and to develop into responsible adults.


And an aspirational motto:

Learning for life


The ethos that we strive to instil in our students is:  

Respect & Achieve


What Ofsted said about us in their most recent inspection report:

Pupils' attitudes and engagement in lessons are outstanding, as is their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Their behaviour in and around school is exemplary.


There is a wonderful ethos enhanced by a clear 'can do' culture of learning.


Pupils settle to learning with enthusiasm.


Partnership working with parents is outstanding.


Pupils' attitudes and engagement in lessons are exemplary because of high-quality teaching and support.


Pupils spoken to say that this is 'an amazing school' because they feel supported and challenged in their learning and behaviour.


What parents said about us in our most recent annual Parent Survey:

Wow! I cannot begin to tell you how happy we are that we made the decision to send our son to your school. He is so happy and learning at a fantastic rate.


Our son has enjoyed his years at Castle Hill, developed a good relationship with his teachers and has come on in maturity under their guidance.


What students said about us in our most recent annual Student Voice consultation:

The teachers try to make all lessons interesting.


The teachers treat me with respect and I have made good progress and my mum is really pleased with me.


What The Good Schools Guide say about us:

An ease and harmony exists between students despite their varying needs and previous school experiences. One parent also highlighted this saying, 'children know each other’s problems - they’re in a bubble and it’s nice bubble to be in.’ We met an engaging group of students from across several year groups, and were struck by how confident and reflective they were about their own journeys.

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