Please click on the links to see the reports following the most recent Ofsted inspections at Haverstock.
Ofsted: A Response from new Headteacher James Hadley, September 2017
The school was, of course, incredibly disappointed by the outcome of the inspection in January 2017. Haverstock School has a proud history and a wide array of strengths. But we are also a school with big ambitions to be better. Working closely with our new Chair of Governors, I am focused on making the changes needed to fulfil our ambition: to build a reputation for excellence in all that we do.
From September 2017, our main goal is to develop a culture of higher expectations for all who learn and work here. Standards of behaviour will be higher: students will not be allowed to use phones on the premises, junk food and gum will be banned and good punctuality will be insisted upon. There’ll be a relentless focus on the quality of teaching and on how well our students are learning – coupled with a no-excuses culture. We start the new school year with a vibrant group of new colleagues who will work together with current staff to form a new team; a team totally committed to equipping our students with both the qualifications and the thirst, drive and belief to succeed and thrive.