Welwyn Garden City school told to improve for a second time
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A Welwyn Garden City school has been told to improve in its latest Ofsted report.
Sir Frederic Osborn School has been told to improve by Ofsted inspectors following their latest visit.
The school, in Herns Lane, was given an overall rating of ‘requires improvement’ after being judged in five areas.
Inspectors gave ‘good’ ratings for leadership and management as well as the behaviour and safety of pupils.
But the school was told it must improve when it comes to the quality of teaching, achievement of pupils and sixth form provision.
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In the school’s previous report, it was told it required overall improvement.
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