Following Ofsted's inspection of Outwood Academy Freeston on Wed 12 Oct 2022, we were rated as Requires Improvement.
"Outwood Academy Freeston is a school where leaders continually seek to improve."
"OGAT has ensured that the school benefits from stable and effective leadership. The curriculum is a strength of the school. This is because leaders have developed an ambitious curriculum with high aspirations for all pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). "
"Leaders have worked closely with the Normanton Freeston Foundation to strengthen the links between the school and the local community. "
"Teachers have secure subject knowledge and receive high-quality professional development. This means that teachers make appropriate choices about how to deliver the curriculum. "
"Pupils with SEND are supported well. Teachers are given clear guidance on how to meet pupils’ needs. "
"Leaders have an ambitious vision for the school. They are well supported by the Trust "
|Progress 8 score
|Attainment 8 score
|Grade 5 or above in English & Maths GCSEs
|EBacc average point score
|Staying in education or entering employment
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