Blenheim High School - Academic Standards

Academic Standards

In the Ofsted inspection carried out in February 2010 the school was rated as Satisfactory, point three on the four point scale (one being the highest).

In the previous, February 2007, Ofsted inspection the school was rated Good, point two on the scale, and described as "a good school with many outstanding features." The school had been rated Outstanding in relation to the questions:

  • How good is the overall personal development and well-being of the learners?
  • How effective are leadership and management in raising achievement and supporting all learners?

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