CHOOSING the next step in your child's education is a big decision.

With September quickly approaching and many children transitioning from primary to secondary school, we have compiled a list of every secondary school in the area's Ofsted rating and the time of their most recent visit from Ofsted.


Prince Henry's High School - June 2014


Bishop Perowne CofE College - October 2018

Blessed Edward Oldcorne Catholic College - March 2017

Christopher Whitehead Language College - May 2018

Nunnery Wood High School - March 2022

Tudor Grange Academy Worcester - May 2019

Droitwich Spa High School and Sixth Form Centre - March 2017

Dyson Perrins CofE Academy - March 2018

The Chase - October 2021

Pershore High School - September 2017

Hanley Castle - June 2017

Tenbury High Ormiston Academy - July 2017

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There are currently no schools in the area deemed as "inadequate" or "requires improvement" by Ofsted.

The De Montfort School does not currently have an Ofsted report as it joined the Four Stones Multi Academy Trust.

Prior to becoming an academy, the school's most recent Ofsted report took place in November 2019 and the school was deemed "inadequate" by Ofsted.