Following our recent Ofsted inspection we’ve achieved ‘GOOD’ status.
Tony Saleh, Principal said on receiving the report:
“This is a fantastic achievement for us all at Clarence, I am extremely proud of our school and the achievements we make in ensuring we do the very best for all of our pupils.”
The report summary states:
‘The principal and senior leaders are determined to ensure that pupils enjoy their time at Clarence High School and make good progress.’
‘All staff care deeply about pupils and form strong bonds with them. Staff are highly attuned to the specific educational, social and emotional needs of each pupil.’
‘The quality of teaching is good. Teachers have high expectations of pupils and ensure that pupils know the importance of acquiring good reading, writing and mathematical skills.’
‘Excellent therapies, and the sensory room, provide pupils with great insight into their behaviour and how to manage it.’
You can read and download the full report here.