UK news College moves from 'requires improvement' to 'good' in latest Ofsted last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- 'The success is even more impressive because it has been achieved despite all the challenges that the pandemic has created for schools over the last two years'
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Staff and students at a Peterborough college are celebrating after receiving a glowing Ofsted report by inspectors. Greater Peterborough UTC was rated as 'good' in all areas following a visit in October 2022. The report highlighted that students enjoyed learning, behaved well and were taught by teachers who have expert knowledge. Praise was given for personal development, leadership and management as well as the sixth form provision. The college, which is part of the Meridian Trust, provides STEM-specialist education for students. It had been given a rating of "requires improvement" in its last inspection back in 2019, having only been rated good in two out of six areas. Get more local news from CambridgeshireLive straight to your inbox for free HERE David Bisley, Principal at Greater Peterborough UTC, said: "We are a close-knit community at Greater Peterborough UTC and I am very pleased the Ofsted inspectors found that students, staff and the wider school community are dedicated to supporting each other towards success. We pride ourselves on the uniqueness of our curriculum – particularly within the local geographical area – and strive to offer students a rich variety of learning experiences in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics to set them up for future career paths. "We at Greater Peterborough UTC look forward to continuing to work alongside our students, parents, staff and Meridian Trust to ensure that we continue to build on this success.
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. As soon as they join the school, pupils feel well-supported and build strong relationships with other students. The report states: "Leaders are ambitious for all pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Leaders provide opportunities for students, including those in the sixth form, to engage with employers, UTC sponsors and local universities. This gives them a solid foundation upon which to plan their next steps." Mark Woods, chief executive officer of Meridian Trust, said: "With the support of the school community and the local employer and organisation sponsors and partners, Greater Peterborough UTC is going from strength to strength. The success is even more impressive because it has been achieved despite all the challenges that the pandemic has created for schools over the last two years. The full report is available to view online. You can read it by clicking the link here. Read next: Photos show Extinction Rebellion protest in Cambridge city centre Cambridge residents say murder of teen on Logan's Meadow has left them 'very scared' Cambridge pubs erupt as England win first World Cup game 6-2 Magnificent £4 million property for sale in Cambs village with elevator, sauna and cinema room Royal Mail staff to strike for six days in December on run-up to Christmas