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Ofsted 2017: StreetVibes Academy rated a "GOOD" school

StreetVibes Academy was inspected by Ofsted in January 2017 and rated as Grade 2: Good for the third inspection in a row. This reflects the consistent committment and hard work on the part of our teachers, students, parents/carers and support staff in providing a fulfilling, relevant and inspiring educational experience for all who attend.  SV Academy is approved to admit students from age 11 to 19 years old and the school was rated as Good across all areas.

 

SV Academy is a GOOD school because:

  • "Leaders have continued to make sure that the school provides a good education....."
  • ".......leaders have raised ambitions for broadening pupils’ outcomes by expanding the curriculum offer. Additionally, they have gained accreditation as an official examination centre"
  • "The proprietors have created a culture of dedication and vigilance to help pupils modify their behaviours and to ensure their safety and well-being".
  • "......staff support pupils well to take responsibility for their actions and their future lives. As a result, pupils become successful learners and leave the school ready for further education, employment or training.
  • "Students in the sixth form make good progress....... This is because teaching and support are effective".
  • "Teachers and teaching assistants plan activities to meet the needs and aptitudes of each pupil. Because teaching and pastoral support are good, pupils engage in their learning and make good progress".

 

Excerpts from the Ofsted report:

“Leaders have created a culture and ethos where all members of staff are dedicated to help pupils…….to re-engage in education and improve their life chances. They work tirelessly to make sure that when pupils leave the school they have the required skills to continue to further education, training or employment.”

“The school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is good. The work that this school does transforms young people from being disengaged to becoming successful citizens.”

“Pupils told the inspector that they find that the teachers and teaching assistants work hard to support them."

"They said they learn to trust the adults in the school and so respond in kind by trying to work hard.”

“Pupils, including the most able, make good progress from their starting points. This is because they learn to take their studies seriously and become keen to prepare themselves for the next stages of their careers.”

“Leaders regularly check on the quality of teaching. Teachers value the feedback that they receive as they say it helps them to improve their practice. Leaders, teachers and teaching assistants often discuss together and share ideas of how to adapt their teaching to address the individual needs of pupils.”

“Since the previous inspection, leaders have raised ambitions for broadening pupils’ outcomes by expanding the curriculum offer. Additionally, they have gained accreditation as an official examination centre.”

“The proprietors have created a culture of dedication and vigilance to help pupils modify their behaviours and to ensure their safety and well-being.”

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