Inspectors Confirm Improvementsat De La Salle SchoolOfsted inspectors visited De La Salle in September 2017and removed the school from Special Measures.Inspectors commented that "pupils throughout the school are now making fasterprogress as a result of improved teaching and excellent assessment. They praised pupilsas "exceptionally polite" and observed that incidents of low-level misbehaviour are rare"Headteacher Andrew Rannard said "As a school we are delighted to have been taken out ofSpecial Measures and for the changes we have implemented to be endorsed by the report. Itprovides a boost to our whole school community to have recognised the hard work and efforts ofstaff, students, governors, parents, the Local Authority and the Archdiocese to turn the school around andset it on a much more promising and hopeful path."As pleasing as many of the comments in the report are, we are also very conscious that this is still only a milestone on ourjourney to becoming a good and then outstanding school. De La Salle is is now poised to go from strength tostrength and continue to strive for excellence in the futureVisits to the school by prospective parents are always welcomePlease contact the school if you would like to arrange to visit.Ofsted Assessment is rigorous, robust and is used as a catalyst to accelerate rates of progresssaid... "Leaders make sure that pupils are cared for exceptionally well""The current leadership team have driven significant and far-reaching improvement across the schoolPupils are respectful of others' ideas and views. The school is an inclusive and outward-lookingcommunityDe La Salle School, Mill Brow, St Helens WA10 4QHt01744 20511 Email: delasalle@sthelens.org.uk

Date: 12 October 2017

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Inspectors Confirm Improvements at De La Salle School Ofsted inspectors visited De La Salle in September 2017 and removed the school from Special Measures. Inspectors commented that "pupils throughout the school are now making faster progress as a result of improved teaching and excellent assessment. They praised pupils as "exceptionally polite" and observed that incidents of low-level misbehaviour are rare" Headteacher Andrew Rannard said "As a school we are delighted to have been taken out of Special Measures and for the changes we have implemented to be endorsed by the report. It provides a boost to our whole school community to have recognised the hard work and efforts of staff, students, governors, parents, the Local Authority and the Archdiocese to turn the school around and set it on a much more promising and hopeful path. "As pleasing as many of the comments in the report are, we are also very conscious that this is still only a milestone on our journey to becoming a good and then outstanding school. De La Salle is is now poised to go from strength to strength and continue to strive for excellence in the future Visits to the school by prospective parents are always welcome Please contact the school if you would like to arrange to visit. Ofsted Assessment is rigorous, robust and is used as a catalyst to accelerate rates of progress said... "Leaders make sure that pupils are cared for exceptionally well" "The current leadership team have driven significant and far-reaching improvement across the school Pupils are respectful of others' ideas and views. The school is an inclusive and outward-looking community De La Salle School, Mill Brow, St Helens WA10 4QH t01744 20511 Email: delasalle@sthelens.org.uk