Lutterworth College was last inspected in January 2023.
Click here to see the January 2023 report
Click here to see the November 2017 report
The college received very positive comments in the report:
- This is a school where staff care for the pupils and want the best for them. Pupils are proud of the school and enjoy their lessons in most subjects.
- Leaders have adopted a curriculum that is broad and ambitious. Pupils understand the value of each subject and how it might help them in the future. Over time, pupils know more and can remember more.
- Pupils behave well in lessons. They get on well together and support each other. They feel safe in school and say that bullying is rare. When they have a problem, they know that there is someone they can go to and they are confident that they will be helped.
- Leaders provide effective support to pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). They have a secure understanding of these pupils’ needs.
- Students in the sixth form enjoy their learning and make good progress. The relationships between staff and sixth-form students are positive and productive. Sixth-form students play a prominent part in the life of the school.
- The school is a harmonious community. Pupils’ behaviour meets leaders’ expectations. It rarely disrupts learning. Leaders have set up positive and effective systems to manage pupils’ behaviour.
Department for Education
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