A Cockfield college has been rated as ‘good’ in its most up-to-date Ofsted report.
Cockfield CEVC Major College was inspected on the finish of February and scored ‘good’ throughout all classes together with the standard of training, behaviour and attitudes, private improvement, management and administration, early years provision and former inspection grade.
The college, which teaches 73 four-11 year-olds, was final assessed in 2019. When assessed in 2013, the varsity was rated as ‘requires enchancment’, however since then has constantly carried out as ‘good’.
Among the many positives from this 12 months’s report have been: the youngsters really feel protected and safe within the college, and bullying is taken into account uncommon, leaders set excessive expectations for pupils’ behaviour and need them to do their finest, and leaders organise a number of memorable journeys linked to the scholars studying together with.
Pupils additionally interact in a variety of extra-curricular tasks elevating cash for charities together with the NSPCC and Macmillan, collaborating in sporting and musical actions, and sitting on college councils.
In keeping with the report, leaders within the college have made fast enchancment to the curriculum and trainer coaching, one thing backed up by the lecturers themselves.
The inspectors famous pupils normally develop safe data over time and keep in mind a lot of what they’ve been taught.
Studying is a precedence, and college students are given books which match their degree of capability. Any pupils who wrestle are rapidly helped to catch up due to the shut consideration workers pay to their improvement –one thing which it was famous utilized to the lecturers strategy within the classroom typically as nicely.
The college was given one factor to enhance upon – lecturers typically don’t train the curriculum as deliberate, and because of this, some pupils don’t be taught what leaders and lecturers intend them to. The report famous to enhance this, it must be made positive lecturers constantly observe the agreed curriculum plans.