Here's why inspectors say a Colne Valley school must do better

Here's why inspectors say a Colne Valley school must do better
 

A Colne Valley primary school has been told to improve the consistency of its teaching by Ofsted inspectors.
Clough Head Junior and Infant School at Bolster Moor was inspected last month and the overall effectiveness of the school was found to require improvement.
But inspectors rated three of the five areas - the leadership and management, behaviour and welfare and early years provision - as good.
Inspectors summarised their findings and noted that over time pupils have not made consistently good progress, are not challenged across the school and do not have sufficient opportunities to... read more

 
14 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 33
Source: Examiner
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