Staff and young people at Broadbeck Learning Centre have been celebrating after meeting all the independent school standards during a recent Ofsted inspection.
The Learning Centre received a glowing report full of praise for staff and the excellent progress made by young people.
The report noted:
- The headteacher has well-organised systems to foster and monitor the safety and well-being of pupils and she ensures that these systems are implemented carefully by all staff. The positive relationships between staff and pupils contribute to the safety of pupils.
- Pupils say that they feel safe in the school and this helps to reduce their anxiety and allows them to concentrate effectively on school work. Pupils speak highly of the support they receive and comment on experiences they have had that make them feel good about themselves and their futures.
- Pupils have positive attitudes to learning and all staff show consistently high expectations of what pupils can achieve.
- The proprietor has invested in the school building, which has classrooms and social spaces that are light and airy, welcoming and fit for purpose in terms of lessons, therapeutic sessions, breaktimes and lunchtimes.
To read the full report, click here.
The local newspaper, the Telegraph and Argus reported the news and you can read the article here.
Well done to everyone involved.