OFSTED Report May 2013
“Pupils, including those with special educational needs, achieve well from their individual starting points.”
“Pupils who are supported through school action plus or who have a statement of special
educational needs make good progress because they are given a great deal of individual help.
Pupils supported through school action make equally good progress because their needs are
swiftly identified so they get help speedily. Pupils who have dual registration make good
progress because staff work together to ensure their needs are met. Parents are closely involved
so they work in partnership with school staff.”