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PremierLeague-News.Com - King David High School in Crumpsall saw its rating drop to inadequate

Manchester news Only one outstanding GM high school retained their top grade this year Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - King David High School in Crumpsall saw its rating drop to inadequate

Manchester news Only one outstanding GM high school retained their top grade this year Manchester united news
24 November 2022 - 15:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Only one high school has retained its outstanding status following Ofsted's decision to revisit all top performing schools. The regulator said more than 80 percent of visits resulted in a downgrading. Levenshulme High School was the only Manchester secondary school inspected following the removal of the exemption to retain its outstanding status. One school downgraded was King David High School in Crumpsall, which dropped to the lowest rating after Ofsted highlighted 'discriminatory' arrangements due to issues with how some pupils were unable to mix socially. READ MORE:Salford headteacher accuses government of failing to help schools hit by budget crisis The school did not respond to a request for comment, but chair of governors Joshua Rowe wrote to parents in March disputing the findings, which were described as 'preposterous' and 'absurd'. The Radclyffe School in Chadderton also saw its outstanding status lost, dropping to requires improvement with Ofsted saying that 'not all pupils achieve as well as they should'. The school declined to comment on the grading, and St Patrick's RC School in Eccles did not respond after it dropped to a good rating.

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. Five primary schools across Manchester also saw their Ofsted grades fall from outstanding, with Well Green Primary School, Brooklands Primary School, Mills Hill Primary School and Our Lady of the Rosary RC Primary School all dropping to good. Great Moor Infant School was lowered to requires improvement, with all the schools falling below outstanding in early years provision, quality of education and leadership and management. Up until 2020, schools rated as outstanding by Ofsted would only be inspected if there were specific concerns about the school, with the regulator now reviewing these judgements following this exemption being removed. The watchdog prioritised schools that had gone the most time without inspection - including some as long as 15 years - and found that most schools were still judged to be good, but that 17 percent required improvement and four percent were rated as inadequate. The report from Ofsted highlighted that many schools will have 'experienced significant change' since their previous inspections, with Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman saying: "Regular inspection gives parents confidence in the quality of their child’s school." The total amount of outstanding primary and secondary schools across the country has now dropped from 3,900 to 3,400 following this latest raft of inspections. Read more of today's top stories here READ NEXT: Primary school said to be 'good' before pandemic now 'inadequate' 'Our beautiful Awaab's death should have been a defining moment - but nothing has changed' Stop giving money to 'professional' traffic light beggars, says GMP top cop High school 'delighted' with Ofsted result in wake of two primary school closures in the area SEN children services declared ‘everyone’s business’ as watchdog finds council is making progress

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