King Solomon International Business School

Primary & Secondary
Post 16

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Not Rated

Lord Street
Birmingham
B7 4AA
01213571905
Pupils
473
Ages
4 - 19
Gender
Mixed
Type
Free school - Mainstream
4 1 1 2 3 4
NATIONAL AVG. 2.06
Ofsted Report
(3/5/18)
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This is the school’s first inspection since it opened as an all-through Christian academy free school in September 2015. A charitable trust owns the school and includes founder members. The trust appoints and holds to account a board of directors that makes up the governing body. The school is affiliated to the Woodard Schools Group, which is a family of Christian faith schools. The school is smaller than most schools but is growing in numbers. It opened in 2015, admitting Reception children aged four and five, as well as the first cohort of key stage 3 pupils in Year 7. At the time of this inspection the school comprised pupils aged four through to 14 years (Reception, key stage 1 and key stage 3). The trustees and governors aim to establish an all-through school comprising five key stages, including a sixth form, by 2020. In September 2018, pupils currently in Year 2 will start the new key stage 2 in Year 3 and pupils currently in Year 9 will start the new key stage 4 in Year 10. There has been significant turbulence in staffing. The current principal designate has Inspection report: King Solomon International Business School, 2–3 May 2018 Page 13 of 16 been in post for two weeks. Trustees and governors are managing significant building and refurbishment programmes, which have been ongoing before and since the school opened. At the time of the inspection substantial building work was taking place. Pupils are now all being taught in the newly refurbished main building, having previously been in temporary accommodation on the school’s site. Most pupils are of Black British Caribbean and/or African heritage. Other pupils come from a wide range of backgrounds and heritages. Very few pupils join the school learning English as an additional language. The percentage of pupils who have SEN and/or disabilities is in line with that of most schools. A small number of pupils have education, health and care plans. Currently, no pupils attend any alternative off-site provision. The percentage of pupils eligible for pupil premium funding is well above average. There is nothing to report regarding national floor standards at key stage 2 or key stage 4 because there are no key stage 2 or key stage 4 pupils currently attending the school. The school receives a range of external support from other schools, trusts, higher education institutions and school improvement advisers. The school accommodates a breakfast club, which is managed by another organisation. This club is registered with Ofsted and will be subject to a separate inspection.

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