"The quality of pastoral care throughout the school successfully meets the school's aim to ensure that pupils feel individually valued within the ethos of a caring family atmosphere, and it makes a strong contribution to the pupils' personal development. In discussions with inspectors, pupils reported that they feel extremely well cared for and thoroughly enjoy their school community. They cite strong relationships between themselves and their teachers, the "family feel" and the care the whole community has for each other as reasons why they enjoy school life."
"The personal development of the pupils is a strength of the school and reflects the school's aims to promote individual self-belief. By the time pupils leave the school, they have grown in confidence and they feel ready to embrace the next stage of their education, whether in further academic study or in the performing arts arena. They are tolerant and considerate towards each other and are enthusiastic about exploring the future awaiting them."