We were inspected in March 2012. You can download the report or go straight to the Ofsted website through the boxes on the right.
Since January 2012 the Ofsted inspection has become simplified and now each school is judged by five overall criteria:
- Overall effectiveness
- Achievement of pupils
- Quality of teaching
- Behaviour and safety of pupils
- Leadership and management
Barnhill Community High was judged GOOD for all five areas.
What did they say?
“This is a Good school”
“Teaching is Good”
“Good capacity for making further improvements”
“students are keen learners”
“Effective support for SEND and EAL students”
“From the 6th form virtually all continue into further training, higher education or employment”
“The school’s literacy strategies are having a positive impact”
“Students feel safe”
“Older students value mentoring roles”
“The curriculum is Good”
“Good advice and guidance”
“Harmonious and well-integrated community”
“Positive ethos of the school”