‘Pupils’ behaviour improves during their time at the school’.
‘Members of staff work collaboratively to establish a nurturing and caring environment in which they support pupils, providing them with strategies to manage their feelings and behaviours. In this way, pupils learn to take responsibility for their actions, start to attend regularly and develop positive attitudes to learning. These changes help them to make good progress in their studies’
‘The curriculum provides pupils with a good range of subjects to meet their academic needs and makes a good contribution to many aspects of their personal development. There is a particularly strong emphasis on teaching pupils how to stay safe’.