Ofsted visited Settlebeck School on Tuesday 16th January 2018, with inspectors judging that the school continues to be a ‘GOOD’ school.
Ofsted recognised that the ‘family’ feel of the school, where pupils know that staff care deeply about their academic progress and where teachers have a strong understanding of individual needs, is a key factor in ensuring pupils at the Settlebeck School thrive.
‘I am incredibly proud of our pupils, staff and Governors who have worked extremely hard to achieve this positive outcome. Ofsted inspectors praised many areas of the school from high quality teaching, stretch and challenge for all pupils, governance and our unwavering commitment to inclusion. Safeguarding was praised, with100% of parents who responded to the Ofsted Parent Survey reporting they felt their child was safe and cared for’
Mrs Sarah Campbell, Headteacher
The report was emailed or posted to parents on Tuesday 6th February and will be published on the Ofsted Website by Tuesday February 20th 2018