The school’s last Ofsted inspection was carried out in 15 and 16 September, and 7 December 2021 and was judged to be Good.
The Sydney Russell School converted to become an academy school in February 2015. When its predecessor school was last inspected by Ofsted it was judged to be outstanding.
The school is now an all-through school. The primary phase opened with the early years foundation stage in 2014.
The previous principal retired in July 2021 and the current principal is new in post.
The school has a specially resourced provision for pupils with SEND. The provision provides up to six places for pupils with autism spectrum disorder.
The school uses one registered alternative provider.
Careers guidance meets the requirement of the Baker Clause. This means that pupils in Years 8 to 13 receive information about the full range of education and training options open to them. This includes opportunities for a range of education and training providers to speak to pupils about technical education qualifications and apprenticeships.
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