MORECAMBE Community High is a “satisfactory” school according to government education watchdogs Ofsted.
Inspectors who visited the school rated its capacity for sustained improvement as “good”.
They also said the quality of teaching was “satisfactory”.
Ofsted published a report on the school which said: “Improvements since the last inspection are evident in a range of areas of the school’s work and in outcomes for students.
Satisfactory and improving teaching is supported by an effective curriculum and good care, guidance and support; as a result students have a positive view of the school and demonstrate many good personal qualities.
Attendance is low but improving, and is clearly higher than at the time of the last inspection. Students feel safe and are confident that any issues they raise will be dealt with promptly and effectively.
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