Ofsted have identified the following strengths
- Pupils attend school regularly and are punctual to lessons. Behaviour has improved following the introduction of new systems, such as the isolation unit.
- Pupils recognise the work that leaders and teachers do to help them, reflecting the school’s ethos of inclusion.
- Pupils who speak English as an additional language and those accompanied by learning support assistants are well supported in lessons.
- Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is secure and underpinned by the enrichment opportunities that pupils enjoy.
- Pupils told inspectors that they considered the school to be a safe and welcoming environment in which they felt they could talk to staff about any concerns that they may have.
We have an action plan to incorporate the areas of development that Ofsted have asked us to make.
We send our thanks for the positive feedback given to the inspectors from parents and carers.
We are grateful to you all for your ongoing support of the school. Updates will be provided via the Tenison Times.
We remain, as always, fully committed to providing good outcomes for the children at Archbishop Tenison’s School and will, with your support, strive to ensure the best possible outcomes for all of the children at our school. We are committed to the safeguarding and welfare of all of your children.