Aylesbury school thrilled with ‘Good’ rating across all categories

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The Grange School in Aylesbury is celebrating achieving a ‘Good’ rating across all categories in its recent Ofsted inspection, marking a significant improvement from its previous ‘Requires Improvement’ assessment in 2021. The school shared its joy on social media and through emails to the community, expressing pride in the positive outcome.

Ofsted evaluates schools based on five key areas: quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development, leadership and management, and sixth-form provision, all of which The Grange School received a ‘Good’ rating in. This rating, second only to ‘Outstanding’, reflects the school’s commitment to providing a nurturing environment where pupils feel respected and inspired to succeed.

The inspection, conducted on 23rd and 24th April 2024, highlighted the school’s inclusive teaching approach and effective use of data to tailor education plans to individual needs. While commendable progress was noted, areas for further improvement include consistency across subjects and key stages.

Headteacher Vince Murray expressed his delight in a letter to parents, emphasizing the school’s dedication to inclusivity and high expectations for student achievement, while acknowledging the ongoing journey towards continuous improvement.

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