The Rose School
Catchment Area, Reviews and Key Information

Special school
11 - 16
Community special school

How Does The School Perform?

Requires Improvement
Ofsted Inspection
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Pupil/Teacher ratio
Persistent Absence
Pupils first language
not English
Free school meals
Greenock Street
BB11 4DT

School Description

Pupils told inspectors that they feel safe, happy and well cared for at school. They said that the school is a much calmer place than it used to be. Leaders deal with bullying effectively. Pupils learn how to improve their personal well-being. Activities such as The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award help pupils to develop their independence and social skills. Pupils benefit from activities that support them to believe in themselves and to try new things. Pupils said that leaders do not give up on them. The curriculum that leaders have designed motivates pupils to increase their aspiration. However, leaders do not build on this well enough. They do not insist on the highest expectations for all pupils’ achievement. Some pupils do not achieve as well as they should. This limits their choices for their next stages of education, training or employment. Leaders expect pupils to behave well. Pupils learn how to manage their own behaviour. Leaders ensure that staff understand how to support pupils to accomplish this. Incidents of serious misbehaviour have decreased considerably over time. Pupils demonstrate improved attitudes to learning. However, some pupils do not attend school regularly enough. This hinders how well they learn.

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