Praise for academy
A WORLE academy has been praised by Ofsted for its teaching standards.
Priory Community School was awarded ‘outstanding’ status for its teaching in economics, business and enterprise after a two-day inspection by the education watchdog.
It was also praised for having a good curriculum, achievement and leadership in the subjects and inspectors praised the ‘outstanding enterprise culture at Priory’.
It comes on the back of GCSE results last summer putting the Queensway school in the top six per cent in the country.
Vice-principal Geoff Dixon said: “We are once again delighted to have our achievements noticed by Ofsted. Students, staff and governors work really hard in a partnership to help make this school the success story that it is.
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“We are not complacent however and are eager to continue and improve the excellent standards.”
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