Ofsted rates schools against four categories: Achievements of pupils; Quality of teaching; Behaviour and safety of pupils; and Leadership and management. In November 2013 Clandon School was inspected by Ofsted and found to be a Good school in all categories.
The inspector found that pupils make good progress and learn effectively through well planned, lively and engaging lessons. Progress is monitored carefully and support is provided where necessary. Pupils enjoy learning and they feel safe and behave well in the caring, supportive school environment.
The headteacher and governors provide strong leadership of the school and have an accurate view of its strengths and a clear view of areas for development.
You can download the report below. Alternatively follow the link below to the Ofsted website.