Woodcroft had a successful Ofsted inspection in June 2016. Here is their summary of main findings:

  • The headteacher provides good leadership and receives good support from the directors. Together they have ensured that all the independent school standards are met.
  • Leaders at all levels are ensuring that teaching, learning and assessment are good, and are promoting a strong culture for good behaviour in which pupils thrive.
  • Staff are providing good welfare, support and guidance for all pupils. Consequently, pupils are making significant progress in their personal development, and their attendance is improving.
  • Pupils respond well to the consistent management of their behaviour because staff maintain excellent relationships with pupils.
  • The headteacher and the board of directors have successfully addressed the areas for improvement identified at the previous inspection. They are ensuring that the school continues to improve.
  • Teachers have good knowledge of each pupil’s learning needs. They use this information effectively to provide activities, methods and resources which pupils can do.
  • Pupils make at least good progress in a wide range of subjects, including reading, writing and mathematics. A few pupils make outstanding progress.

To access the full report please use the following link to Woodcroft School’s page on the Ofsted website.

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