Ofsted Inspection Report
Salvatorian College was inspected in 25–26 January 2017.
The report states that:
- The headteacher, senior leaders and the governing body have made significant improvements since the previous inspection. As a result, teaching is now good and pupils across the school make good progress.
- Leaders have high aspirations for both staff and pupils. Whole-school systems are routinely applied, which ensures that pupils are clear about staff’s expectations.
- Teachers plan interesting activities that engage pupils in their learning and ensure that they are suitably supported and challenged.
- Leaders have created a nurturing environment and planned an appropriate curriculum that effectively promotes pupils’ academic, spiritual and emotional development.
- Pupils are proud of their school, are keen to do well and work hard. Their conduct around the school site is consistently calm and orderly. Pupils respect and celebrate each other’s differences in this diverse learning community.
- Governors are increasingly challenging to school leaders. They are clear about the school’s strengths and areas that require further development.
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If your son is unable to come to school please ensure that you contact the absence line on
Each day, at around 9.15am, a text message will be sent out to parents of pupils who were not present at registration and where a reason has not been given for their absence.
Please update the school if your contact details change. This can be done via email to email@example.com or by calling the main switchboard.
Good communication and relationships between the school and parents/carers is central to the successful education of pupils.
Salvatorian College is committed to open dialogue between parents and the school, and is open to receiving suggestions and constructive cricitism at all times.
Parents are invited to attend a forum several times each academic year where they can speak directly with members of the Senior Management Team.
Our performance data is provided by the Department for Education and provides a snapshot of the school’s performance at Key Stage 4. You can view the Government-provided data here: https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/138458/salvatorian-roman-catholic-college
The performance data complements the Ofsted inspection report by providing an analysis of school performance against national and local authority average performance.
Although national data is not published in 2021, progress at Salvatorian College places the school in the top one percent of schools in the country when measured by the QI8 ALPs indicator.
- 24% of all grades awarded at grade 8 or above (A**-A*)
- 73% of pupils achieved grade 4 or above in English and Maths (A*-C)
- 49% of pupils studying English Literature or Language achieved grade 7 or above (A*A)
- 36% of pupils achieved grade 7 or more in five or more GCSEs
- Progress 8 cannot be measured, as there is no comparative data this year, but would be outstanding and much higher than in previous years. FFT measures it at 0.8, which is in the top 2% of schools in the country.
- Attainment 8 above 56.2
Special mention goes to Benoit Colombier, who achieved grade 9 in all of his GCSEs.
- 29% of all grades awarded at grade 7 or above (A*-A)
- 88% of all grades awarded at grade 4 or above (A*-C)
- 86% of pupils achieved grade 4 or above in English and Maths (A*-C)
- 68% of pupils achieved grade 5 or above in English and Maths (A*-B)
- 44% of pupils studying history achieved grade 7 or above (A*A)
- Progress 8 cannot be measured, as there is no comparative data this year, but would be outstanding and in line with previous years
- Attainment 8 above 56.3
Special mention goes to the following pupils:
10 Grade 9s (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, English Language, English Literature, Economics, French, History, Religious Studies)
1 Grade Distinction* (Hospitality and Catering)
11 Grade 9s (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, English Language, English Literature, Economics, Spanish, History, Religious Studies, Art and Design)
- 30% of all grades awarded at grade 7 or above (A*-A)
- 75% of all grades awarded at grade 4 or above (A*-C)
- 81% of pupils achieved grade 4 or above in English and Maths (A*-C)
- 57% of pupils achieved grade 5 or above in English and Maths (A*-B)
- 44% of pupils studying history achieved grade 7 or above (A*A)
- Progress 8 of +0.48
- Attainment 8 above 54
- Salvatorian Colloge was within the top 300 schools (top 8%) nationally for pupil progress.
- Of the nine secondary schools in Harrow admitting boys, we were the third highest performing school in terms of progress and attainment.
- Salvatorian College had the highest proportion of students entering the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) in Harrow
- Salvatorian College had the highest EBacc average point score for boys in Harrow
- When comparing data on boys, our results were very significantly higher than the national and local authority average.
The canteen at Salvatorian College operates on a cafeteria system, with hot main meals, hot wraps and rolls, sandwiches, salads, snacks and drinks available at the following times:
Breakfast; 08:00 – 08:45
Breaktime; 11:10 – 11:30
Lunch; 13:30 – 14:00
No cash is taken at the point of sale. Parents can add funds to the cashless catering system via ParentPay. Accounts are called up via biometric fingerprint, or pin. Please contact the Finance Office if you are experiencing any difficulties.
Please click on the link to be taken to the ParentPay log-in page.
Payments can also be made at paypoint outlets – please contact the Finance Office to order a card.
Free School Meals
Your son could be eligible for free school meals. By applying for free school meals, the school could also benefit from additional funding to support their learning.
Find out if you are eligible by clicking on this link.
Wearing of a school uniform expresses, in a visible way, our belief in the equality of our students. The uniform enhances pride in the school, provides a focus for unity, and a community spirit. The ‘green blazer’ is well recognised and respected in our local community.
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- Forest-green BLAZER with school badge
- Plain dark grey or black TROUSERS
- White SHIRT (No Polo shirts or PE shirts, and no coloured T Shirts to be worn underneath)
- Official school TIE
- SOCKS – dark grey or black (no other colour)
- Conventional and completely plain black leather-type SHOES with black laces (Trainers may be worn at break for football but must be changed before leaving the playground)
- PULLOVER – Grey ‘V’ neck (Prefects wear black ‘V’ neck pullovers)
- Black and green Salvatorian College POLO SHIRT
- Black and green Salvatorian College MIDLAYER
- Black and green Salvatorian College P.E. SHORTS (training pants and long sleve tops may be worn in the winter)
- Green and White Salvatorian College SOCKS (Autumn Term)
- White sports SOCKS (Summer Term)
- Black FOOTBALL BOOTS (moulded studs)
- White TRAINERS – soled and laced for indoor use.
- Black and green Salvatorian College PRO TRAINING TOP
- Black Salvatorian College TRAINING PANTS
- Black and green HOLDALL
- Black JACKET
- Only plain Black or Navy ANORAKS/COATS/PARKAS (small motifs allowed) may be worn
Denim, knitted, leather or suede jackets are not permitted. Football jackets, hooded tops, fleeces, track suit tops, or sweatshirts are not permitted.
Timings of the School Day
|8.50 am - 9.10 am||Registration|
|9.10 am - 10.10 am||Lesson One|
|10.10 am - 11.10 am||Lesson Two|
|11.10 am - 11.30 am||Break|
|11.30 am - 12.30 pm||Lesson Three|
|12.30 pm - 1.30 pm||Lesson Four|
|1.30 pm - 2.10 pm||Lunch|
|2.10 pm - 3.10 pm||Lesson Five|
Academy Trust Documents
29 December 2020
NHS Test and Trace: Covid-19 Testing for Staff and Pupils
We are working to keep Salvatorian College as safe as possible. You may have heard that, across the country, those without symptoms will be tested using new, quicker, ‘lateral flow’ Covid-19 tests. The Test and Trace team will be testing staff once a week from 4 January 2020 on a voluntary basis. In addition, the programme will help pupils to stay in education, by enabling those who are close contacts of someone who tests positive to stay in school if they do a daily test for seven school days, known as ‘serial testing’.
Along with the other measures we are taking, these tests will help staff and pupils to work safely. Up to one third of people who have coronavirus have no symptoms, so by supporting them to self-isolate we will save lives and help keep our school open and as safe as possible. The test is voluntary, but I am encouraging everyone to take part.
The test will be supervised by trained staff and there will be minimal disruption to lessons. The tests are quick and easy using a swab of your nose and throat. Results will be shared with those individuals who are tested, and their parents/guardians if they are under 16 years old.
To reach this stage, the test has been tested at Public Health England’s research laboratories in partnership with Oxford University and is totally safe, with a 99.8% specificity. Testing is free and provided by NHS Test and Trace.
We are supportive of this initiative, but participation will be voluntary. More detailed information will be shared with parents, staff and pupils. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the school office.
Head of School