Catholic School Inspectorate  Report

Catholic schools, as part of the mission of the Church, are challenged by the Gospel to affirm their pupils’ basic goodness, to promote their dignity and to develop their gifts to the full.

Schools are challenged to educate people to live responsibly for the fullness of life that God wills for each of us.

The most recent Catholic Schools Inspectorate of our school took place in 2024. The full report can be accessed by clicking on the document below:

We were rated GOOD overall.

St Anne’s, Buxton – CSI Report 2024

St Anne’s, Buxton – DCI Report 2017

“The provision for the Catholic life and mission is outstanding in several aspects: Staff members are united in striving for the very best for the pupils and their families, and the sense of a strong and caring community is tangible; all are valued and accepted without exception, with many examples of the school going above and beyond in supporting families, particularly those most vulnerable.”

Parents and Carers testify to this commitment, acknowledging how they have been supported: “The school always goes the extra mile and (if there is) anything they can to to help, they will”, is a typical comment. They are overwhelmingly positive about the school, as exemplified in the comment, “The school are fantastic at helping  my child realise they can be the best version of themselves. Pastoral care is excellent, therefore, and staff members are exemplary role models for pupils.” CSI report 2024