Always striving for excellence
In March 2022 Rosslyn School received an ‘inadequate’ rating by Ofsted inspectors. We got it wrong and were not afraid to admit fault and it was the driver that saw us make significant changes to leadership and teaching staff. We made significant investment in our curriculum and resources and what followed were results that saw us finish the academic year with the majority of our pupils achieving higher than average scores on National Progress Tests in Mathematics, English and Science. A considerable number of our pupils scored well above their age range in both reading and spelling tests too. It was a tough time for the school but we persevered to set an example of what hard work and resilience can achieve.
On 24th January 2023 we received a knock at the door, an inspector called and we welcomed them in. This was a no notice monitoring visit to establish whether progress was being made or not. Alhamdulilah, the outcome was significantly positive on all fronts, with particular mention of the amount of progress made. The monitoring report can be found here.
We recognised the need for change and we’ve been pro-active in bringing this about in no uncertain terms. Our close community of parents and families were involved in every step of planning and have seen the progress themselves first hand, playing an important role in the decisions we make for the school.
We took considerable learning from the process and look forward to an eventual full re-inspection. We’re by no means the same school that was inspected all them months back and would invite you to read the latest monitoring report and compile your own questions to ask on your visit to us.
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