STUDLEY High School has been given top marks.
The school has been rated ‘outstanding’ in its latest Ofsted inspection – the second consecutive top rating for the school, which received the same result following its last inspection in 2011.
The latest report by Ofsted describes the school as an ‘exciting, engaging and outward-looking place’, with a ‘culture of high expectations’. It also praises the high standards of teaching and pupils’ behaviour.
Headteacher Lee Gray said: “The feedback from the inspection is incredibly positive and really captures the breadth of the pupil experience at Studley High.
“We are delighted that the hard work and dedication of staff and pupils, along with contributions from parents and the wider community, has resulted in another outstanding Ofsted rating.”