Ofsted raises concerns about security at north Cumbrian school

Ofsted raises concerns about security at north Cumbrian school
 

Fears about security at a secondary school in north Cumbria have been raised by government inspectors.
Ullswater Community College (UCC) in Penrith is now stepping up measures to address concerns raised by Ofsted following a spot check by the regulator last month – but headteacher Nigel Pattinson says he will not adopt all suggestions.
He drafted in a local health and safety consultant who carried out a review of the Wetheriggs Lane site following the inspectors’ unannounced two-day visit during the second week of term.
Two complaints from parents relating to safeguarding triggered the... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 40
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