Download Ofsted Report - The Stoke Poges School
Following the short Ofsted visit on 26th September 2017, the inspector concluded that the school continues to be Good.
'Pupils' high standards of behaviour, which were recognised as outstanding as the last inspection, have been maintained. Pupils are exceptionally well behaved in lessons and around the school. They speak confidently to adults, work hard, and enjoy participating in the extra-curricular activities you provide.'
'Parents were keen to tell how well their children have settled at your school, praising the inclusive, family atmosphere you have created. Several parents told me how much they appreciate the high level of care which adults show towards pupils, singling out the work of your school's counsellor for particular commendation.
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