We are thrilled with the judgements of two significant inspections that came in quick succession.  In April 2018, we were inspected by SIAMS with an outcome of Outstanding.  In May, we were judged as a Good school by Ofsted, following a Section 8 inspection.  Please refer to the reports below for more information.

OFSTED Short Inspection Report May 2018 
SIAMS Report April 2018
OFSTED Report December 2014
SIAMS Report 2012
Interim Assessment July 2010
OFSTED Report 2007


The distinctiveness and effectiveness of St Martin-in-the-Fields High School for Girls as a Church of England school are outstanding

  • Leaders are passionate about articulating, living out and promoting the ‘with love and learning’ vision rooted in the story of St Martin, and the distinctive Christian values of service, compassion, justice and perseverance.
  • Students behave well as a direct result of the development and application of the school’s Christian values of service, compassion, justice and perseverance.
  • Students recognise the importance of religious education (RE) and the contribution it makes to their spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development through the school’s focus on forming character ‘with love and learning’.
  • Standards in RE are above national expectations and progress in the subject is rapid, developing an understanding of Christianity and other religions, particularly Islam, reflecting the school’s intake


This school continues to be good.

  • The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection.
  • The Headteacher and senior leaders are persistent in driving the school forward and have taken clear actions to respond to the areas for improvement identified at the previous inspection report. 
  • Together with leaders, the Headteacher has put in place effective strategies to improve standards.
  • Improvement planning and evaluation are more focused and aligned across all aspects of the school.
  • Staff morale is high.  Middle leaders are a strength of the school, they demonstrate both enthusiasm and a focused ambition to do the very best that they can to improve pupils' outcomes.
  • The school has a welcoming and inclusive ethos.

"The motto of the school, Caritate et Disciplina - with Love and Learning, is driven by all staff in a common endeavour to improve pupils' life chances." Ofsted report, May 2018