We believe the behaviour of our students is good and they tell us that they feel safe when in school, overall we judge this to be good.

Behaviour is good

  • The vast majority of students enjoy their lessons
  • The number of permanent exclusions has declined significantly, falling each year 2011-2014
  • Internal exclusion is used judiciously
  • Attendance is on a rising trend 94% and close to the national average 95%
  • The large majority of parents agree that behaviour is well managed (Ofsted 2013)
  • Highly effective use is made of Teams Within School
  • Excellent transition programmes

Safety is good

  • Students say that they feel very safe in school
  • Bullying is rare and dealt with quickly and efficiently
  • Students show good awareness of the importance of personal safety
  • School building is compliant with DDA requirements.
  • Excellent transition programmes


  • Evidence of Lesson Observations
  • Student voice
  • Exclusion data
  • Bullying log data
  • Staff rotas
  • Attendance data and reports
  • Ofsted feedback from parents
  • Parental questionnaires
  • HOY case studies involving Teams within School
  • DDA report
  • Risk Management Audit (Feb 2013)

Objectives for Improvement

  • To improve attendance rate to 95%
  • To review and re launch our B4L policy and practices and the consistency of the same.
  • To develop action points from the Safeguarding Audit
Bible Quote

“Praise the Lord because he is good.  His faithful love will last forever.”
Psalm 136:1

Word of the Week

Pandemic (noun)

Subject which uses this term: Science, Geography

Meaning: An epidemic that sweeps across continents or the whole world.

For example: "Scientists are working hard to ensure the world does not see another viral pandemic."

Thought for the Week


"Don't be afraid! I am here with good news for you, which will bring great joy to all the people."

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