The week that Ofsted came…

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As a school we had been expecting a visit all year. Hit massively by the AQA debacle last summer our results had unfairly tanked. A pupil from year 11 robbed of his opportunity of an NHS apprenticeship made national news and despite remarks moving the school out of the National Challenge bracket our school dashboard told a woeful picture. At no point all year did we settle that this was an accurate picture of the school and since the start of the year we knew to gear up for a inspection which really was going to be us v them. Or so we thought…

This year a key priority this year has been at least 3 levels of progress for all students. To highlight, where appropriate and pupils are capable of more they have been pushed further. We have worked to “narrow the gap” for pupils underneath their target and…

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