'Pupils thrive at this school. They are happy, feel safe and embrace the many opportunities available. Pupils learn with enthusiasm. Staff support pupils very well. The school’s use of technology ensures that all pupils excel in all areas of their learning.'


'Pupils’ behaviour is exceptional'. 


'Pupils excel because of the high expectations set and the ambition the school has for all. Pupils achieve exceptionally well across the curriculum because their learning is meticulously planned and expertly delivered'.

Ofsted, February 2024.

Cheam Common Junior Academy Ofsted 2024

Cheam Common Junior Academy Ofsted 2018


Ofsted Inspection Support

The LEO Academy Trust supports schools through all aspects of school improvement and development, and this is especially true during an Ofsted inspection.  From the point of conversion, the central team works collaboratively with all member schools to build a strong professional relationship. 
Through this close working relationship the central team has an in-depth understanding of all aspects of our schools.  Therefore, from the moment one of our schools receives the Ofsted phone call, the central team is on hand to support and be present during the process.
It is likely that one of our colleagues from the Education & Learning Team will join the Academy Principal on the day Ofsted call, to ensure they have everything that they need ready for the inspection.  During the inspection process a small number of central team members will be available throughout.  Their support on the day is designed to provide the inspection team with as much information as possible about the collaborative support that has been given by the Trust.  The central team will also support senior leaders at the school to signpost the Inspector(s) to relevant information regarding the school’s current position as measured through the Trust’s audit systems.  
In line with the Confederation of School Trusts and the National Governance Association, governance sits within the responsibilities of the Trust Board.  In line with the Scheme of Delegation, the tasks and functions of governance are delegated to a Locality Committees. Therefore, the Trust Board will take a lead role with regard to governance during an Ofsted inspection.
It is important to note that whilst offering this support, the Trust central team will not deliver the school’s general day to day operational activities during an inspection.


Parent View

Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about our school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. Ofsted will use the information you provide when making decisions about which schools to inspect, and when. By sharing your views, you’ll be helping our school to improve.

Visit the Parent View Website