The Frederick Gent School community and The Two Counties Trust has welcomed the latest Ofsted report declaring it be a ‘Good’ School. This is a significant moment for the school as it was previously graded ‘Requires Improvement’ by Ofsted in 2015.
Following two full days inspecting the overall effectiveness of the school, the inspection team have published their thorough report which is now available to read on the school’s website.
The report praises the school for being a ‘welcoming and inclusive school’ where pupils ‘treat each other with kindness’ and ‘listen respectfully to the views of others.’ It also highlights that ‘the curriculum is ambitious’ an ‘Teachers have strong subject knowledge’ which enables students to ‘succeed in learning and in life.’
Chris Woollard, Headteacher of Frederick Gent School:
‘This judgement from Ofsted is a fantastic result for the whole school community and is testament to the commitment, ambition and professionalism of all the staff. The inspectors were very pleased with the schools ‘remarkable improvement’ and were highly impressed with the quality of education, the high expectations for all students and the integration of the school’s values, ambitious, brave and caring. I’m already looking forward to seeing what the future will bring to this ‘Good’ school.’
Wesley Davies, Chief Executive Officer of The Two Counties Trust:
‘I am very proud of the outcome of Frederick Gent School’s recent Ofsted inspection. It was wonderful to see that the inspectors were complimentary of the ambitious curriculum and strong subject knowledge of our expert teachers. I would like to thank staff, students and our families for their commitment and hard work over the past few years to ensure Frederick Gent enhances the life choices of all its pupils. We are already working on the relative next steps identified in the report.’
To read the full report please follow the link below: