Ofsted want to raise aspirations and contribute to the long term achievement of ambitious standards and better life chances for service users. Their educational, economic and social well-being will in turn promote England’s national success.
To achieve this, Ofsted will report fairly and truthfully; it will listen to service users and providers; and will communicate its findings with all who share its vision, from service providers to policy-makers. Ofsted do not report to government ministers but directly to Parliament.
In May 2019 Ofsted visited Pilgrims’ Way Primary School and concluded that, “Pilgrims’ Way Primary provides a good standard of education and serves its pupils and local community well”.
In January 2013, Ofsted inspected Pilgrims’ Way Children’s Centre and concluded that, “Pilgrims’ Way is a thriving centre that serves its community well. It is successfully improving its mission to improve the lives of families.”