Central Lancaster High School judged to be ‘Good’ by Ofsted
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Inspectors commented: “Pupils at this school benefit from a high-quality education. The staff have the highest expectations for pupils to behave well and succeed in their learning.
"Pupils know who to turn to if they are worried about anything. This helps them to feel happy and safe at school.
“Pupils in Year 7 get off to a confident and positive start to high school. A group of pupils who have recently arrived from overseas told inspectors that the school makes them feel welcome.
“Many pupils enjoy participating in a wide range of extra-curricular activities.”
The whole school community is delighted that all of their hard work has been recognised.
John Cowper, executive headteacher, said: “I would like to thank my staff, pupils, parents and every member of our community who have contributed to making our school such a success.
“We are so proud of our pupils and their fantastic achievements.
"The £8m investment into our brand new building provides such a fabulous facility and the opportunity for our pupils to learn in state of the art science labs, technology workshops and classrooms.
"It also shows the strength of investment and support from The Bay Learning Trust.”