Ofsted and IB evaluation

Ofsted Inspection 2019

We are delighted to share the findings of our most recent Ofsted Inspection in 2019. At Impington Village College, we are proud of the achievements of all our students, from those who achieve grade 9s or a perfect score of 45 points in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, to students who have followed entry level courses alongside one or two GCSEs

Download the Impington Village College Ofsted Inspection report here.

To view the Department for Education Performance Tables for Impington Village College click here.

International Baccalaureate evaluation 2019

We are delighted to share the findings of our IB evaluation from 2019. The outcome of this visit, based on the 78 principles and practices considered, were:

  • 90% receiving a commendation (areas of excellence compared to the 1,000s of IB World Schools globally) or satisfactory (in line with rigorous expectations of the IB).
  • Less than 10% (5) recommendations (small aspects of practice or procedure that could be enhanced to improve provision).

We are extremely proud to be an IB World School, and the outcome of this visit is validation and recognition of the progress made by both Impington Village College and Impington International College over the last five years.

This outcome would not have been possible without the hard work, dedication and effort from every member of staff, the positive engagement of the students and the support of parents, governors and the community. It is through everyone’s commitment to the IB philosophy, to deliver ‘a better world through education’ that we have been able, and will continue to achieve these outstanding results.

Download the Impington Village College evaluation report here.

Key findings

  •  Impington Village College is a school with an individual and positive character. One aspect that shines through is the inclusive nature of the school, as seen in the behaviour and attitudes of staff and pupils.
  •  Pupils are safe from intolerance and unkindness.
  •  Pupils are polite and attentive and are confident to share their ideas in front of others. Pupils listen, work and learn well.
  •  Leaders and teachers have high expectations of what pupils should achieve and staff adopt their teaching methods to be inclusive and to make sure all pupils benefit from high-quality provision.