Ofsted & Academy Performance Reports
On the 3 & 4 June 2015, we had a visit from Ofsted to check on the progress of the school. We are delighted to report that Ofsted have designated The Bulwell Academy to be a GOOD school.
- The Principal and senior leaders are rigorous and committed; they have brought about rapid improvements to most areas of the academy.
- Most teachers ensure the good progress of students by planning lessons meticulously and addressing students’ weaknesses quickly and, as a result, the students make good progress.
- Disabled students and those with special educational needs make good progress throughout the academy. Leadership of this work of the academy is exceptionally strong.
- The pastoral care in the academy is exemplary; teachers provide high levels of care and support for students whose circumstances have made them vulnerable.
- Students make rapid progress in both English and mathematics because of the consistently high quality of teaching in these subjects.
- Students’ behaviour around the academy is respectful and orderly; most show high levels of engagement in lessons.
- Disadvantaged students make rapid progress, especially at Key Stage 3.
- Outcomes in the sixth form are improving quickly; good quality teaching and leadership have ensured that almost all students make the progress they should.
- Governors and sponsors have supported the academy very well; resources have been used effectively and leaders are held to account rigorously.
The latest Ofsted Inspection report and previous Ofsted reports are available to download on the Ofsted website.
The Bulwell Academy Performance Tables
The Bulwell Academy's performance for Key Stage 4 (Years 10 and 11) and Key Stage 5 (16 to 18 education) can be viewed online on the GOV.UK website - please click here
to view the report.
The UK school performance tables
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