Redland Green School

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Redland Court Road
11 - 18
Academy - Converter mainstream
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5+ GCSEs grade 9-4 (standard pass or above) including English and maths
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Redland Green School is a larger-than-average secondary school. The school became an academy in October 2012 in partnership with the sixth form, formerly known as Redland Green 16–19. The provision for the sixth form currently works in a formal partnership with Cotham School. The joint provision is known as the North Bristol Post-16 Centre. The school shares the site with Claremont Special School. Most pupils are from White British backgrounds. The proportion of pupils who are eligible for support through the pupil premium funding is below the national average. This is additional government funding to support pupils who are eligible for free school meals and those who are in the care of the local authority. The proportion of pupils who have special educational needs or disability is below the national average. The proportion with a statement of special educational needs or an education, health and care plan is slightly above the national average. The school is working with the local authority in Bristol to further improve and develop the city-wide provision for high-quality secondary education, particularly for the most vulnerable pupils. The school’s headteacher is currently supporting other headteachers in the city through her leadership of the Bristol Association of Secondary Headteachers. The school uses alternative providers for a very small number of pupils: Bristol Hospital Education Service, Bristol Gateway School, The Park Community Centre and South Gloucester and Stroud College. The school meets the government’s current floor standards, which set the minimum expectations for pupils’ attainment and progress. Inspection report: Redland Green School, 4–5 May 2016 8 of 10 Information about this inspection Inspectors observed learning through short visits to lessons, looking at pupils’ work and in 35 part lessons across a wide range of subjects and year groups. Many of the lessons were observed jointly with leaders from the school. Inspectors also observed tutorial sessions. Discussions took place with the headteacher, a representative from the local authority, other leaders in the school, various members of staff and five governors, including the chair of the governing body. Inspectors scrutinised a wide range of documentation, including: the school’s self-evaluation; the improvement plan; minutes of meetings; external reviews and reports; records of leaders’ monitoring of the quality of teaching; assessment and tracking information for current pupils; and behaviour and attendance data. Inspectors reviewed safeguarding records, policies and procedures. Inspectors spoke to many pupils from all year groups about their experience at the school. During lessons, they looked carefully at the quality of pupils’ work and the accuracy of the school’s assessment information. Inspectors took into account the 232 responses from Parent View (Ofsted’s online survey), 137 responses from pupil questionnaires and 101 responses from staff questionnaires.

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