A recent OFSTED visit to Greenfield Community College highlighted the many strengths within the school and also identified key areas for continued improvement as recognised within the current School Improvement Plan.
Executive Headteacher David Priestley was pleased to see that OFSTED recognised that because of actions already taken by the school “There is compelling evidence now that students in all year groups are making much better progress” and “There is clear evidence that disadvantaged students including the most able are now making much stronger progress”.
“Our commitment to provide support for the whole child was also endorsed” said Mr Priestley, the report stated “Most students are confident young people. They show respect for others and have positive attitudes to school, their peers and staff”.
The school will be re-inspected in 2019 to ensure that any issues raised have been built on and that the school is achieving the very best for its young people.