Clacton school found to be Outstanding in several areas by Ofsted
A delighted head teacher has heaped praise on his staff and pupils after his school was found to be outstanding in several areas by a Government watchdog
Clacton County High School is celebrating an overall good rating after Ofsted inspectors paid a visit.
The inspection team gave top marks when grading the quality of the leadership and management of the school, together with the age 16 to 19-year-old study programmes.
Areas which received a good rating included the quality of teaching, pupil behaviour and welfare.
The school’s staff are also celebrating an impressive Progress 8 figure, the grading system which replaced GCSEs in 2016.
The figure of 0.25 is higher than the national average.