Colne Valley High School was last inspected on 18 - 19th September 2019 where the school was judged to be ‘GOOD’ in all four categories.
- Quality of Education
- Behaviour and Attitudes
- Personal Development
- Leadership and Management
This judgement reflects the significant progress made by the school since the previous inspection and that was verified in the monitoring inspection in June 2018.
Some of the things that Ofsted said are below:
‘Teachers challenge pupils to increase their knowledge across a full range of subjects.’
‘Teachers have clear expectations. They are fair and consistent in dealing with pupils’ behaviour’.
‘Parents and pupils say that pupils are safe. Bullying is uncommon.’
‘Teachers have good subject knowledge, which they share with pupils enthusiastically.’