Inspection révélatrice dans une école Steiner-Waldorf anglaise, avec publication du rapport. Quand l’Education Nationale Française aura-t-elle le me courage de rendre publics ses rapports d’inspections des écoles Steiner-Waldorf sous contrat ?
Steiner Academy Exeter was recently inspected by Ofsted and the report has been published.
The school has been judged as “requiring improvement », with particular concerns about behaviour, the quality of teaching and the leadership and management of the school. Out of the five criteria for assessment all are unsatisfactory except the Early Years provision;
|Leadership and management||Requires improvement||3|
|Behaviour and safety of pupils||Requires improvement||3|
|Quality of teaching||Requires improvement||3|
|Achievement of pupils||Requires improvement||3|
|Early years provision||Good||2|
The findings are not surprising in view of what parents have been saying for months about bullying, lack of discipline and the attitude of the “leadership team” to issues raised by parents. This state funded school is one where
“… policies underpinning safeguarding in the academy including safer recruitment, anti-bullying, special educational needs and child protection do not meet current statutory guidance.”
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