In December 2017, Estyn, the office of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Education and Training in Wales, awarded Christ College 'Excellent' across all five areas examined under its inspection framework.
In its summary report , the inspection team said’ Pupils at Christ College achieve extremely high standards and outstanding outcomes in public examinations at the end of key stage 4 and the sixth form. The school supports the wellbeing of pupils exceptionally well. Pupils’ behaviour is exemplary. They have an infectious pride in their school and participate enthusiastically in the wide range of learning experiences provided. Teaching across the school is good. Working relationships are excellent and teachers plan a wide range of interesting tasks that engage pupils very well. The school’s personal and social education programme (PSE) is outstanding and is central to the provision for care, support and guidance. Leadership at all levels contributes extremely well to the strong sense of community and commitment to shared values and aims that pervade the school.
The school meets all of the Independent School Standards (Wales) Regulations 2003:
|Wellbeing and attitudes to learning||Excellent|
|Teaching and learning experiences||Excellent|
|Care, support and guidance||Excellent|
|Leadership and management||Excellent|