Free school fails to put any children up for GCSEs because they’re ‘not mature or resilient’

Free school fails to put any children up for GCSEs because they’re ‘not mature or resilient’
 

A free school has failed to enter any Year 11 pupils into end-of-year examinations, in what inspectors called an ‘unreasonable and unorthodox’ step.
The Route 39 Academy said its students were ‘neither academically ready nor sufficiently mature or resilient’ to take GCSEs, according to an Ofsted inspection.
The school in Bideford, Devon, said it ‘strongly refutes’ the judgment of the inspection which deemed the school inadequate and placed it into special measures.
Route 39 Academy has 138 pupils on its roll and had a two-day analysis on June 21 and 22 this year.
The inspectors’ report... read more

 
27 July 2017 in Hot News, Views: 41
Source: Metro
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