This page sets out what must be published on the school website in one easy-to-access area for all interested parties. We also include our School Self-Evaluation Form (SEF) which should be of support to anyone wanting to know more about our self-assessed strengths and areas for development. The most up-to-date guidance on what maintained schools must publish can be found here:
All Yateley School Policies are best accessed via our bespoke policies page available at yateleyschool.net/policies.
DfE (Department for Education) / Ofsted Information
Our admissions policies for past, current and future years of entry are available to view here.
Yateley GU46 6NW
SENCO = Mrs Lee Goredema
Careers = Mr Mike Tidd
Exam and Assessment Results
Our 2022 key stage 4 results can be found here
Meanwhile, our 2022 key stage 5 results can be found here.
Questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact us!
Our 2018 Section 5 Ofsted inspection report can be viewed here. Following this visit Ofsted found the school to be GOOD with an OUTSTANDING Sixth Form. Our most recent “Parent View” of the school can be accessed here. Questions or comments? Please don’t hesitate to contact us!
To access the Performance Tables checking website for Yateley School please click here.
Pupil Premium information can be found here (please note, you may need to “login as guest”)
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Requests for Paper Copies
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Yateley School Self-Evaluation
Yateley School’s Self-Evaluation can be viewed/downloaded by accessing the PDF image (right).
Our SEF covers headline areas such as:
- Student Population Context
- Performance Summary Data
- Curriculum: Quality of Education
- Curriculum Impact: Student Outcomes
- Curriculum: Teaching and Learning
- Culture: Behaviour and attitudes
- Culture: Personal development
- Leadership and Management
- 16-19 Study Programmes
Students in education or employment.
Post-16 school leavers 2022
- Students staying in employment or education: 99.38%, from which:
- Students attending Yateley School Sixth Form: 58.4%;
- Students going to college (other): 40.98% (of whom 14% on apprenticeships);
- Students not in education/employment: 0.62%