The Office for Standards in Education, more commonly known as Ofsted, is the agency of government that inspects the quality of education provided by schools in England.

Ofsted gather the views of parents and carers about the quality of education provided by their children's schools via the Parentview website. This website has a section for every school in England, and asks 12 questions about the school.

We encourage all parents and carers with students at Brentwood County High School to complete the Ofsted Parentview survey each year to provide information for Ofsted when they visit our school.

Please click on the Parent View icon to go to the page for Brentwood County High School.


Brentwood County High School received a new unique reference number in Summer 2017 therefore the next OFSTED report will be published after the next inspection which will be within the next two years.