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Ofsted Inspection    10-11th February 2016

Quote from report

"Teachers set high standards for their pupils and expect them to present work neatly. In some subjects, such as art and photography, outstanding examples of work by past pupils model the standards required and inspire the current generation of learners. This provides an additional incentive for the most-able pupils to reach their potential"

Thomas Alleyne’s High School

Dove Bank, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire ST14 8DU

 

 

Inspection dates

 

10–11 February 2016

Overall effectiveness

Good

Effectiveness of leadership and management

Good

Quality of teaching, learning and assessment

Good

Personal development, behaviour and welfare

Good

Outcomes for pupils

Good

16 to 19 study programmes

Good

The full Ofsted inspection report is available to read as pdf file below or by clicking on this link  Ofsted 2016 report .

We would like to share with you the outcomes from Ofsted this year.

It is a credit to the hard work of students and staff that this is the 3rd year that the school has been placed in the top 20% of schools nationally. Thank you to everyone for your support.

Please see a copy of the Ofsted Inspection Data Summary Report below:

Subjects Guidance

  • Science value added (0.5) was significantly above the national average and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019 as well as 2018.
  • Humanities value added (0.8) was significantly above the national average and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019 as well as 2018.
  • The subjects of the EBacc form a strong academic foundation to the KS4 curriculum. The EBacc entry rate in this school was 28%. the subject that appears to be the greatest barrier to more pupils studying the EBacc is languages (32%).

Progress 8 Guidance

  • The mathematics element of Progress 8 (0.5) was significantly above the national average and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019 as well as in 2018 and 2017. 

  • The EBacc element of Progress 8 (0.5) was significantly above the national average and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019 as well as in 2018.

  • The open element of Progress 8 (0.5) was significantly above the national average and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019.

We have also attached a link to our Ofsted report. We are delighted with the outcome, but are not complacent and continue to reflect on the previous year's work to ensure that our young people  make the best progress they can in all aspects of their school life.

Ofsted inspection as of November 2019

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