This area aims to provide you with comprehensive information about how we support learners to maximise their achievement along with our philosophy and approach to inclusion.
"Students, including those who are disabled or have special educational needs, make good progress from their starting points so that they are well prepared for later learning or employment.
Students who join the school with weaknesses in reading, writing and numeracy are given good support and improve their skills so that they use them confidently in Key Stage 4, which supports their achievement across a range of subjects.
….the performance of potentially vulnerable groups, including those receiving support through the pupil premium, has improved well, reducing the gap between their achievement and that of others. The achievement of disabled students and those who have special educational needs and, for the small number of students for whom English is an additional language, is good.
……..where teaching assistants are present, effective planning with the teacher in advance ensures that students are given individual support and make good progress."
Ofsted (September 2012)