Ofsted Report & Parent View

OFSTED 2016 Report - "GOOD"

Brighton Aldridge Community Academy was visited by Ofsted in December 2016, focusing on five key aspects required for overall effectiveness.  These included "Effectiveness of leadership and management", "Quality of teaching, learning and assessment", "Personal development, behaviour and welfare", "Outcomes for pupils" and "16 to 19 study programmes". 

The Academy was rated "Good" in all areas and rated outstanding for our students' personal development and welfare.

The school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is outstanding.  

The care, guidance and support for pupils’ well-being and safety are outstanding. Vulnerable pupils are nurtured and receive sensible and constructive advice.

To read the latest Ofsted report from December 2016, please view here.

 


Parent View - Ofsted Parent Survey

At BACA we aim to run annual anonymous surveys for all parents and carers, assisted by our Parent Forum.  Other services available to parents and carers is Parent View, run by Ofsted.

Parent View enables the parent or carer to tell Ofsted what they think about their child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.  There does not need to be an inspection for parents to access the service and this survey is available to complete at any time.  Ofsted will then use this information to inform their decision as to which schools to inspect next.

We would encourage you to complete the Ofsted Parent View independent survey; click ‘Give your views’ to register and complete the survey to help improve our Academy.