Educational Excellence and Wellbeing


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112 - 114 High Street
020 86888665
11 - 16
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5 A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) inc. English and maths

Secondary Data 2016
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Educational Excellence and Wellbeing is situated in the London Borough of Croydon. The school is privately owned by Educational Excellence and Wellbeing Limited, a company that specialises in education consultancy, training and planning. The school was registered and opened in November 2011 and provides an education for pupils who are at risk of permanent exclusion from mainstream schools and may have learning difficulties. The school received its first inspection in October 2012, when the quality of education was judged to be satisfactory. In February 2014, the Department for Education (DfE) commissioned a progress monitoring inspection. This was because there were concerns about safeguarding, and welfare, health and safety, and pupils’ behaviour. The school had also applied to the DfE for a material change as the proprietor had planned to move to new premises and increase the number of pupils on roll. At the time of this monitoring inspection, the school had moved to new premises and appointed a new headteacher. The inspection found that the school did not meet a number of requirements for safeguarding, for welfare, health and safety, and for the new premises. In July 2014, an inspection was undertaken at the request of the DfE in order to monitor the progress the school had made in complying with the regulations that had not been met at the time of the previous monitoring inspection. During the July monitoring inspection, it was found that the school met all the requirements for independent schools. There are currently 47 boys and girls on roll, aged from 11 to 16 years, including 15 pupils who attend school on a part-time basis. Pupils are referred to the school by Croydon, Lambeth, Lewisham, Merton and Sutton local authorities. The proportion of pupils who are from minority ethnic groups is well above the national average. Just under a third of all pupils are White British. There are almost twice as many boys as there are girls. Inspection report: Educational Excellence and Wellbeing, 10–12 November 2015 7 of 10 There are 19 pupils with a statement of special educational needs or an education, health and care plan. There are currently seven pupils who are looked after by a local authority. Pupils attend off-site training at Waddon Leisure Centre for physical education and sport. There are no middle leaders in the school. Pupils are entered early for examinations. The school’s aims are based on the belief that ‘every child regardless of background or circumstance deserves a chance to succeed in life’.

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