Bishop Hogarth Catholic Education Trust is very proud that St Cuthbert’s Catholic Primary School in Hartlepool has been awarded a ‘Good’ rating by Ofsted.

The recent Ofsted report commended St Cuthbert’s as a nurturing and highly inclusive school, where pupils are cherished for the unique individuals they are. The report highlights the school’s unwavering dedication to ensuring that every child feels loved and cared for, creating a supportive environment where pupils respond positively to the encouragement and support they receive.

Lessons at St Cuthbert’s were described as calm and purposeful, providing an optimal learning setting where pupils can flourish academically and personally. The report also acknowledged that pupils know that the school is aspirational for their futures, instilling a sense of ambition and confidence in their abilities.

Mrs Jo Wilson, Headteacher said “St Cuthbert’s school team are immensely proud that we have been recognised by Ofsted as the good school we are. The report highlights the inclusiveness of our school, our care and love for our children, the high expectations in standards, and the creative and ambitious curriculum which values everyone for their talents and uniqueness. Our children are happy, safe and make good progress, and our Trust, staff team, parents and Governors work tirelessly to bring about the best education possible. Well done and thank you to everyone involved in our success.