Ofsted

Compass School continues to be a “good” school (November 2022)OFSTED 2022- GOOD rating achieved!!!!

Key findings from our Ofsted 2022 report:

  • Pupils at this school learn in a calm and well-ordered environment.
  • Leaders and staff have high expectations of behaviour. Pupils behave well in lessons and around the school. They are respectful to each other and to their teachers.

  • Pupils value the rewards system, and they know that good behaviour and hard work will be recognised.
  • Teachers know their pupils well.

  • Leaders have put together a broad and balanced curriculum. Curriculum content has been carefully considered and is taught by staff with strong subject knowledge.

  • Leaders are ambitious for all pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).
  • Pupils benefit from a very clear structure to their lessons, and from teachers who are enthusiastic about their subjects.

  • Pupils take part many different activities and new learning opportunities. For example, they learn to photograph the night sky, develop leatherwork skills, design computer games, and participate in a wide range of sporting clubs.

Compass School is a “GOOD” school (May 2017)Ofsted-2017.jpg - Liverpool Enterprise Partnership

Key findings from our Ofsted 2017 report:

  • Leaders and governors have worked effectively to improve standards across the school since the last inspection.
  • The most able pupils and disadvantaged pupils make the same good progress as their peers.
  • Teachers plan lessons well, considering the needs of pupils in their classes.
  • Effective teaching supports good progress over time.
  • Pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities make good progress because of the effective care and support they receive.
  • Pupils’ attendance and behaviour have improved considerably over time, so that they are now good.
  • The curriculum supports pupils’ personal development well.
  • The school’s values of aspiration, integrity, exploration and resilience are evident around the school.
  • As the school has grown, external challenges have been overcome successfully.
  • The school’s work to support vulnerable pupils is strong.

To view further statistics on Compass School, you can also review the Department for Education performance tables here