King’s Infant School, rated “Outstanding” by the British Government

25th May 2020

It is the third consecutive time in which the school has been recognised by the Department for Education (DfE) of the British Government with the highest possible qualification for British Schools Overseas (BSOs) after undertaking a comprehensive inspection. Penta International, the leading British Schools Overseas independent inspectorate, carried out the assessment that included lesson observations, data analysis and discussions with pupils and staff.

King’s Infant School, Chamartin has been rated as “Outstanding” in every category by Penta International, a British Schools Overseas inspectorate body accredited by the British Government whose key purpose is to report to the English Department for Education (DfE) on the extent to which schools meet the standards for British Schools Overseas (BSOs). This inspection is a thorough external review by an independent organisation across a multitude of areas both in and around the school, from facilities to teaching and learning, as well as student support. It is the third consecutive inspection (March 2014, March 2017 and February 2020) in which the school has achieved the highest rating.

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