A lesson in good behaviour.A SCHOOL's new behaviour-management policy has helped improve pupils learning standards Learning Standards is a term used to describe standards applied to education content, particularly in the US K-12 space.
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The regime was recently introduced at Smestow School and Sports College Sports Colleges were introduced as part of the Specialist Schools Programme in the United Kingdom. The system enables secondary schools to specialise in certain fields, in this case, PE, sports and dance. in Windmill Crescent, Wolverhampton.
Ofsted inspector, Marion Thompson, said in a report: "Pupils are currently achieving better than in the past because the policy is having a positive effect on pupils' attitudes to learning."
The school, which caters for 961 pupils aged 11 to 19 including 154 sixth-formers, was inspected by the Ofsted team on May 2 and 3. It has been awarded a Grade 3 "satisfactory" rating. Ms Thompson said that despite recent improvements to teaching that were making a contribution to pupils' better progress, teaching overall was only satisfactory.
"Occasionally, teachers' expectations are too low and lesson planning does not meet the needs of all pupils," she said. "The introduction of more rigorous monitoring of pupils' progress has led to earlier detection of under-achievement and more effective support to help pupils reach their challenging targets."