Behaviour

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

  • 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
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“Everything that breathes, praise the Lord!”
Psalm 150:6

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Deficiency (noun)

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Joy

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