Verulam School was inspected by Ofsted on the 9th and 10th October. They recognised the rapid progress made over the last year and judged the school’s overall effectiveness to be ‘Good’.
The report recognises the immediate and comprehensive action taken by the school over the last year and its transformational effect on behaviour and pupil safety.
Inspectors highlighted the high expectations of pupils’ conduct and teachers’ strong subject knowledge. They praised the particularly strong performance in: English, Maths and Science and the progress made by disadvantaged pupils.
Chair of Governors, John Acton, said: ‘The quality of teaching and outcomes for pupils has always been good. I am delighted that this report demonstrates improvement in every aspect of our work and that pupils’ personal development, behaviour and welfare is good.’
Headteacher, Paul Ramsey, commented: ‘It is a pleasure to work with pupils, parents, staff and governors to continue our improvement and deliver an excellent education for all pupils.’
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