Lutterworth High School provides an outstanding quality of education. Students make excellent progress from above average starting points and leave very well prepared for the next stage of their education (Ofsted, 2012).

Ofsted is the inspectorate for children and learners in England. The role of Ofsted is to contribute to the provision of better education and care through effective inspection and regulation and they carry out hundreds of inspections and regulatory visits each week. We are proud of our most recent Ofsted report from January 2012 which rates the school as outstanding. A link to the report can be found below.

We are committed to remaining outstanding and are highly ambitious for our students. As part of our continued drive for self-improvement we are part of the Challenge Partners group of schools who work together to lead school improvement. We are delighted that, for the third year running, our 2014-15 Quality Assurance Review confirms that ‘Lutterworth High School appears to be firmly within the Outstanding grade ’. Our membership of Challenge Partners helps us to focus on our areas for improvement and provides us with access to outstanding practice in GCSE teaching which we have taken advantage of in ensuring that our staff are well prepared for the challenges of teaching at key stage 4 from September 2015. It also provides us with the opportunity to look outwards and take inspiration from innovative ideas from elsewhere.

Links to our Challenge Partners Quality Assurance Reviews, to our school development plan, to our most recent attainment and attendance data and to our self-evaluation can be found below together with all of the statutory information that the Secretary of State for Education has, from September 2012, instructed all schools to display on their websites.