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HMIe and Care Inspectorate

The HM Inspectorate of Education in Scotland is an Executive Agency of the Scottish Parliament which is committed to raising standards in, and improving the quality of, education provision across Scotland. As part of this process the HMIe inspect, review and report on the standard of education and care in every educational establishment.

Inspections on Standards of Education

HMIe visit a sample of primary and secondary schools every year to find out how well they are performing. They report on the evaluations of pupils' achievements, the effectiveness of the school and the environment for learning. It also includes evaluations of how well pupils are supported and the learning and teaching methods used.

Inspections on the Care and Welfare of Students

Care and Welfare inspections provide an independent evaluation of the quality of provision for the care and welfare of pupils in the school. Each inspection is designed to answer key questions about:

You can download a PDF copy of the latest Care Inspectorate report here.


Latest News & Alerts

Gold Duke of Edinburgh Expedition
Gold Duke of Edinburgh Expedition

Four Year 13 students headed for the Isle of Mull shortly before the end of term to carry out their Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award expedition.

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News from the Junior School - Week 10
News from the Junior School - Week 10

Read the latest from the Junior School on the year Group expeditions.

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News from the Junior School - Week 9
News from the Junior School - Week 9

Read the latest news from the Junior School - Year 8 Exped Training Walk, Last Chapel of the Year, the Mackenzie Cup

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Elgin Rotary Leadership Initiative
Elgin Rotary Leadership Initiative

Six students recently spent two days on the Elgin Rotary  Leadership initiative at Kinloss Barracks with 39 Engineer Regiment and teams from five local secondary schools

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