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Ofsted Inspection outcome

29th June

Following our recent education Ofsted inspection on 7th June 2018 I am pleased to announce we maintained our 'Good' judgement.

You can read the report here.

I would like to thank all the students who acquitted themselves so well during the inspection. In lessons, interviews with inspectors and their wider contribution to the school the boys at Loxley Hall were integral in the outcome and should be proud of themselves and their school.

I would also like to thank the staff team who handled the pressures of the inspection admirably; parents and carers who spoke so highly of the Loxley Hall to the inspectors and also the school governors for supporting the senior leaders  and school development so well.

I feel the judgment was fair and well-reasoned. It reflects some of the excellent work the school does and offers some constructive criticisms about where we can improve our provision. I look forward to our next inspection when we can demonstrate our desire to keep developing  and striving for the best outcomes for every student.

Mr D Bownds

Thank you letter from Stem 4

14th June

The charity Stem 4 have written to Loxley Hall to thank the students and staff for the money raised during Mental Health Awareness Week in May.

You can read the letter here.

Well done to all the students and staff who took part and contributed to this valuable charity!

Loxley Hall Ofsted Inspection June 2018

07th June

Loxley Hall is welcoming Ofsted inspectors on 7th June 2018 for a 'Section 8' education inspection.

The letter to parents and carers can be found here.

Guidance for parents and carers can be found here. 

Parents and Carers can complete Ofsted's online survey. Parent View, at: www.parentview.ofsted.gov.uk.

If you have any questions about the inspection or would like adivice on the information listed above then please feel free to contact the headteacher, Mr David Bownds on the school number - 01889 723050

Mental Health Awareness Week

21st May

Last week Loxley Hall engaged in a national 'Mental Health Awareness Week'. The school council chose to arrange some fund raising activities for the Mental Health Charity 'Stem 4'.

The staff and students did a fantastic job in helping arrange and run the following activities - all designed to promote positive mental health.

  • A mile for a smile walk - a 1 mile around the school grounds.
  • Daily challenge to do something nice for someone.
  • Cake sale with 'Cake and a chat'.
  • A sponsored non-uniform day.
  • Dominic made a 'Tree of Hope' for which he stripped a tree trunk and used dowels to make branches.  Pupils and staff were then given tags to write inspirational or personal messages - these will be hung on the tree of hope in the ESU garden.
  • Mr Oakley's wife made some Mental Health Awareness ribbons for staff to buy and wear.

In all it was a very engaging, positive week and over £140 was raised for Stem4.

You can learn more about Stem 4 here.


Loxley Hall supports One By One

01st May

One By One is a global charity led by the Loxley Hall's Residential Independent Visitor Matt Murray and his wife Becky. Matt and Becky live locally and lead a church in Uttoxeter.

As part of the school's commitment to promoting positive mental health and in support of a Christmas appeal by One By One Loxley has held 3 seperate fund raising events. As a result over £400 has been given to One By One by Loxley Hall. The money was used to buy uniform for some students at King's Children's home in Bumala, Kenya which provides education and care for young people who have been orpaned and were at risk of starvation and child labour. 

The students at King's sent the Loxley boys this video.

'Thank you Loxley Boys for the uniforms'

Well done to Kian and Alfie who were the driving force behind the fund raising events!



School closure

01st March

Loxley Hall is closed today (01.03.18) due to bad weather conditions and heavy snow across the county. Travel is dangerous and as such the senior leaders and school governors felt it safest to close the site to staff and students. Apologies for any invconvenience.

Welcome to our new Website

07th December

Welcome to our new school website.  Please feel free to have a look around and let us know your thoughts.