Westhaven School was last inspected by Ofsted on 10-11 May 2016 and the summary of the inspection is that the school “Requires improvement”.
However the report also states:
“The school has the following strengths:
The morale of staff, parents and pupils is high. Strong, supportive relationships throughout the school enable pupils to feel, and be, safe and secure.
Pupils’ behaviour is good. Pupils learn how to keep themselves calm and to control their emotions.
The school’s horticultural nursery is highly effective in providing pupils with work-based skills.
Older pupils successfully complete a good range of externally accredited courses, including GCSEs.
Pupils succeed in continuing with education and training or find work with training when they leave school. Some pupils go on to university.”
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