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Bridlington's Quay Academy Improves Ofsted Inspection Rating

Bridlington's Quay Academy Improves Ofsted Inspection Rating

Published by Karen Liu at 4:56pm 28th January 2020. (Updated at 4:57pm 28th January 2020)

A school in Bridlington has improved its inspection status rating after a visit by Ofsted.

Quay Academy on Oxford Street required improvement back in 2017, but a report earlier this month by Ofsted, they've improved it to 'good'.

The inspection took place on 8-9 January 2020.

Here are the results:

  • Overall effectiveness -  Good
  • The quality of education - Good
  • Behaviour and attitudes - Good
  • Personal development - Good
  • Leadership and management - Good
  • Early years provision - Good

Ofsted said in its report that the school needs to improve on:

  • "Younger pupils occasionally resort to boisterous behaviour in the playground at playtime and lunchtime. This is because there is little to do and some lack the skills to organise team games and play cooperatively. Leaders need to ensure that  pupils are supported in organising constructive things to do which involve them being physically active and avoiding rough play.
  • Some areas of the curriculum, such as geography, are still being developed. Leaders need to ensure that plans sequence knowledge logically so that pupils build on what they already know."

You can read the full report here:


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