Newquay Tretherras is delighted with its latest OFSTED inspection report which has identified many outstanding features of the school.
The school was inspected on the 17th and 18th of September 2013 (third week of term), under the new Ofsted Framework issued in September 2013.
The report grades the school as ‘Good’ and is particularly complementary of the school’s ambitions and commitment to continuously improve.
The Academy’s programme of abundant extra-curricular opportunities are especially singled out for praise, as are the very high numbers of students who participate in them.
The Academy’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural provision is also described as Outstanding with assemblies “having a strong moral character and contributing greatly to the school’s ethos”, and providing students with opportunities to reflect on important spiritual matters.
The strengths of Newquay Tretherras are the leadership of the school, the teaching, the support given to students who fall behind, the behaviour of the students, the robust analysis of student progress data, the broad and balanced curriculum, and the achievement and progress of the students which are always above national averages.
Please follow the links below to download copies of the Ofsted report of Newquay Tretherras 2013