Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They inspect and regulate services that provide education and care for children and young people. The report praised the school and its pupils achievements, including how we are the school of choice for many. Visit the Ofsted page for our school.
In December 2014 we welcomed an Ofsted ‘Good Practice’ visit focusing on how we are ‘Using science and engineering to support the achievement of pupils with social, emotional and mental health difficulties’. The report specifically mentions that we recorded students’ first A grades in BTEC science and ICT in 2014.
Pupil premium is addition money that we claim and spend with the aim of closing any gaps in the attainment of disadvantaged pupils. We put this money to good use, please take a look and see how we used the money to improve pupils enjoyment and performance at school.
Pupil Premium Information
All schools and colleges in England publish their performance, characteristics, workforce, finance and Ofsted inspection outcomes. Every year since 2011 we have been improving our performance based on a number of measures. If you would like to know more please visit get in touch or the DfE site using the link below.
The Department of Education asks that every school provides details of their most recent Exams and results. Our pupils face challenges that mean they may not achieve the mainstream benchmarks currently published by the DfE. However our school assessment data shows that the majority of pupils make significant progress across the curriculum after joining us.
The literacy and numeracy catch-up premium and PE Sports Premium gives us additional funding to support
Our Special Education Needs report is included in our Local Offer document. It explains how we work hard with each pupil so they achieve the most they are capable of. Launch the document below to read about our extra efforts to support SEN or Disabilities of our children and their families.
Read about SEN in Local Offer