Ofsted & Compliance


This page sets out what must be published on the school website in one easy-to-access area for all interested parties.  The most up-to-date guidance on what maintained schools must publish can be found here:


All School Policies are best accessed via our bespoke policies page available at Policies and Documents

Safeguarding Policy available here

School contact details here

School complaints procedure here

Equality Objectives here

Admissions arrangements here

Pupil Premium here Governor's information and duties here
Ofsted reports here Special educational needs (SEN) and disability information here Charging and remissions policy here
Exam and assessment results at KS4 and KS5 Careers programme information here Request for paper copies 
Performance tables here School Uniform here School Opening Hours here
Curriculum policy here

School Financial Information here

Our Curriculum here
Behaviour policy here School Financial Benchmarking here Remote Educations Plans here

DfE (Department for Education) / Ofsted Information

Admission information


Behaviour policy


Charging policy




Exam and Assessment Results




Key SEND Information




Performance Tables


Pupil Premium




Request for Paper Copies


School Complaints


Visions and Values



Post-16 school leavers 2022

  • Students staying in employment or education: 99.38%, from which:
  • Students attending Emmbrook School Sixth Form: 58.4%;
  • Students going to college (other): 40.98% (of whom 14% on apprenticeships);
  • Students not in education/employment: 0.62%


For details on our school gender pay gap please visit the .gov.uk website.

Ofsted Page

To view The Emmbrook School’s page on the Ofsted website, please follow this link. To view the report please click here.

Local Authority: Wokingham
Latest inspection dates: 14th - 17th  March 2017

We were inspected on the 14th-17th of March, and we are delighted to have retained our GOOD Ofsted status. Ofsted said that pupils’ behaviour is good in lessons and around the school that pupils are respectful towards adults and work cooperatively with peers and that teaching is effective and meets pupils’ needs well. Ofsted spoke about our desire to raise standards further and our ambition to receive Outstanding.