“Rigorous evaluation and use of external data is firmly embedded to raise aspirations for individual student outcomes. Teachers set challenging targets that consider the students’ health, wellbeing and starting points but also reflect student potential.” (Challenge Partners QA Review – April 2023)
“Pupils make substantial progress across the curriculum because teaching closely matches their individual needs, and because expectations of what they can achieve are high. On arrival, all pupils have experienced gaps in their learning and some have negative attitudes to learning. No time is wasted in transforming pupils’ attitudes. Pupils’ rates of progress increase and many pupils make exceptional progress.” (OFSTED – June 2017)
KEY STAGE 4 RESULTS
The Children’s Hospital School are incredibly proud of their GCSE results and the hard work, dedication and resilience that our students have shown despite their medical needs and personal daily challenges. Our Year 11 students have missed a significant amount of their education through illness yet all of them have managed to achieve at least one qualification.