Westcroft is a ‘Good’ School
In its recent Ofsted inspection, Westcroft School was judged to be a ‘Good’ school.
|Achievement of pupils||Good|
|Quality of Teaching||Good|
|Behaviour and safety of pupils||Outstanding|
|Leadership and management||Good|
Summary of Key Findings for Parents and Pupils
- Pupils of all ages, abilities and backgrounds make good progress thanks to teaching that is typically good and occasionally outstanding.
- Senior leaders know their college well. Their effective leadership and management has already led to good improvements, and their planning is based on the right things to move the college further forward.
- The relationships between staff and pupils are excellent, and successes are richly celebrated.
- The college makes very good use of physical education activities to help pupils make choices and express themselves.
- Pupils behave extremely well and feel very safe. They help one another, are polite to adults and take part enthusiastically in lessons.
- Strong partnerships with very supportive parents and carers contribute well to pupils’ achievement.
- The governors provide good support and challenge. They are well informed and work hard to make sure pupils are given the best opportunities for success.
- The sixth form is outstanding. Excellent teaching and a wide range of opportunities ensure that students’ achievement is outstanding. They receive strong individual help and guidance for later life.
You can also view the school performance tables below.