Over 5 weeks ago, Learning4life-Gy had it’s first official Ofsted inspection since our initial opening. We are now pleased to announce that we have obtained a “Good” Ofsted rating, and are incredibly proud to announce this to you all.
Staff are deeply committed to preparing pupils for their futures. Leaders and staff encourage all pupils to be ‘ready, respectful and safe’. The ethos of British values is threaded across the curriculum. Pupils are being well prepared to be successful citizens.
Staff know every pupil well. They are alert to pupils’ feelings and emotions. As a result, they ensure that pupils’ social, emotional and mental health needs are supported well. Pupils say they can go to an adult if they have any worries or concerns.
There is a quiet and calm atmosphere around the school. Staff have created a caring and supportive ethos, where pupils learn about and value differences between people. Relationships between pupils and staff are positive. Staff have high expectations of pupils’ behaviour. Pupils are respectful towards staff and towards each other.
Pupils say that they feel safe at school. One pupil said that there is no bullying in the school because ‘it would not be tolerated here’. Pupils have a good understanding of what equality and discrimination mean and they are sensitive to the needs of others.
Leaders know that there is still work to do in developing curriculum plans and improving pupils’ individual learning plans.
You can read the report Here
Thanks to our Learners, Staff and all stakeholders!