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Staffordshire’s Child Protection Services Enjoys Continued Success

According to the latest Ofsted inspection of children’s services, vulnerable children in Staffordshire are very well protected. For the second inspection in a row Staffordshire County Council’s services for children in need of help and protection, children looked after and care leavers are all rated as ‘Good’ in every category, with no areas needing urgent improvement. The inspection was a ...

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Ofsted Rates Staffordshire Skill Training as Good


Ofsted inspectors have recently rated Staffordshire County Council’s Skills and Employability Service ‘Good’ for the second time in a row Ben Adams, the county council’s cabinet member for Learning and Skills, said: “We help 10,000 people a year take more than 1,400 courses at around 200 different places across Staffordshire every year. “It’s satisfying that Ofsted should praise what we ...

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Alleyne’s Academy celebrates glowing Ofsted report

Alleyne's Academy

Alleyne’s Academy has been praised by Ofsted for all aspects of the education it provides to the pupils of Stone and the surrounding areas. Headteacher Karen Lockett has commended pupils, staff and governors for the excellent report following the Ofsted inspection in April 2016. The Ofsted report – which rates the school as ‘good’ – refers to the strong academic ...

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Glowing report for St Michael’s

The retiring headteacher of St Michael’s First School went out on a high at the end of the summer term – with a glowing report from Ofsted. Mary Gale officially retires as headteacher of the Stone school on 31st August, but she certainly didn’t wind down at the end of her final term at the school – and the Ofsted ...

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