Ofsted school report – November 2021
Raise Education and Wellbeing are proud to display the results of our most recent Ofsted inspection.
The 2021 report is available for you to view / download here.
Ofsted school report – July 2017
We were delighted with the outcome of our first full Ofsted inspection in July 2017, when we were awarded an overall “Good” with “Outstanding” for personal development, behaviour and welfare. The 2017 report is available for you to view / download here.
Some key findings from our November 2021 report
Pupils develop a love of literacy. They become confident and fluent readers because of the support they receive from well-trained, knowledgeable staff. High-quality reading resources are available and used effectively to engage reluctant teenage readers.
Pupils feel safe in school. They know that there is always a trusted adult with whom they can share any worries or concerns. Pupils behave well. They are confident that staff would act quickly to stop any bullying that might occur.
Expert staff swiftly identify pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Leaders work closely with local authorities to ensure that pupils with SEND to receive the support they need.
The school’s curriculum is ambitious for all pupils and reflects the school’s ethos. It has been designed to help pupils to overcome their considerable barriers to learning.
Pupils enjoy attending this school. They like the wide range of experiences in which they can participate and the way staff help them to succeed. They study a wide range of subjects and have many opportunities to achieve nationally accredited qualifications.
The arrangements for safeguarding are effective. Staff and leaders are knowledgeable about their role in safeguarding pupils. They undertake regular training to ensure their knowledge of how to identify potential abuse and neglect is up to date.