This is a good school
- Teachers structure pupils’ learning in a way that removes barriers and develops confidence. Well-established learning routines support teachers’ high expectations for pupils’ conduct and engagement with their learning.
- Pupils typically make good progress over time because they know how to improve. They routinely act on feedback about their work, in line with the school’s policy, which develops their knowledge, skills and understanding well.
- Students in the sixth form make increasingly good progress over time. High-quality guidance and support prepare them well for the future.
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