Which secondary schools in Havering have education regulator Ofsted's top rating? We've looked through the data to find out.

Earlier this month, Havering Council revealed it had put plans for a new secondary school on hold after a report suggested there is no immediate demand for one.

But how are the existing secondary schools in the borough performing? 

Here is a round-up of the secondary schools graded ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Redden Court School:

Cotswold Road, Harold Wood (Latest report: 21 November 2022)

The Ofsted report on the school said:  “Pupils flourish here. They work hard in class and take their education seriously.

"Leaders have high expectations of all pupils’ achievement. Pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) are exceptionally well supported.”

Sacred Heart of Mary Girls' School:

St Mary's Lane, Upminster (Latest report: 13 December 2013)

“The quality of teaching is outstanding," Ofsted said in its report. "All students are engaged and many lessons proceed at a quick pace. Questions are probing and tasks set are imaginative and challenging.”

Hall Mead School:

Marlborough Gardens, Upminster (Latest report: 4 March 2013).

In their 2013 inspection report, Ofsted said: “Students’ behaviour is exemplary. They approach learning with confidence and maturity. Mutual respect is at the centre of the school community. Students feel extremely safe”.