In March 2018 our school was graded as Good by Ofsted, we continue to meet the high standards required to be a good school and are continuously reappraising our strengths and weaknesses so that we can provide the best outcomes for all of our students.
What does the school need to do to improve further?
Our Ofsted Inspection in March 2018 highlighted the following areas for improvement:
- Pupils’ levels of attendance continue to improve.
- Pupils’ spiritual and cultural development is further enhanced to make sure that they are even better prepared for life after Rowhill.”
Our current targets for improvement
Leadership and Management
Develop highly effective leadership that leads to progress for all student groups.
- Safeguarding is outstanding
Quality of Education
Ensure all Quality of Education delivered to pupils meets the Rowhill Standards and, as a result, all pupils make progress from their starting points leading to high aspirations and successful transitions back to mainstream or post - 16 education/work placements.
Behaviour & Attitude
Stimulating teaching of an engaging curriculum promotes good behaviour.
The highest safeguarding practices and standards ensure the well-being of each student.
Every student feels safe, secure and free from bullying.
Students enjoy school; they are enabled to establish fulfilling relationships and to achieve their full potential.
Continue to offer a broad and balanced curriculum that serves the schools' vision to provide cultural capital to all pupils, so that their education impacts on their successes, in the immediate and distant futures, as citizens of modern Britain
How we share our improvement plan
The School Improvement Plan sets out how we will achieve our targets and gives us success criteria so that school leaders and Management Committee members can check progress. The plan is regularly discussed and updated at Senior Leadership meetings and Management Committee meetings. We also gather external views on our progress such as reports from the Local Authority or subject specialists, by considering your views and those of our students and staff and by members of the Management Committee visiting school to see our plan in action.