We Just Read…. Waseley Hills High School ‘requires improvement’, says Ofsted
Despite recognising improvements in the curriculum, teaching and outcomes for disadvantaged students, inspectors graded the school ‘requires improvement’ in all but one category, personal development, which was rated ‘good’.
However, inspectors did notice improvements in pupils’ progress, particularly at key stage three, and new governors were found to be having an immediate and positive impact.
Pupils were described as well-behaved, polite and respectful and teachers were found to be committed to students’ welfare.
Head teacher Alan Roll said: “We were disappointed with the result, but the Ofsted team did say it was one of the most difficult inspections they had undertaken, because so much about the school was good – but not yet yielding the outcomes necessary to achieve a ‘good’ rating.
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