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Prior's Court School rated outstanding in recent Ofsted inspection



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Prior’s Court School has been rated outstanding by Ofsted for the second inspection in a row after the educational regulator visited in late March.

Ofsted released its report on the educational facility for young people with complex autism on Tuesday, May 24, and graded all five areas of the inspection – the quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development, leadership and management, and sixth-form provision – as outstanding, the highest rating available.

Excerpts from the inspection report include: “Through its intensive support, the school gives a voice to its pupils, many of whom have struggled for years to be heard,” and: “Pupils here achieve things of which they and their parents and carers could previously only have dreamed.”

Prior's Court staff and young people celebrate the outstanding Ofsted rating received after a March inspection (56903328)
Prior's Court staff and young people celebrate the outstanding Ofsted rating received after a March inspection (56903328)

Prior’s Court’s director of young people’s learning and headteacher Sue Piper said: “This is a wonderfully complementary report which the staffing teams at Prior’s Court fully deserve.

“I am thrilled with the outstanding grade which reflects the hard work of all the teams involved and their knowledge of not only autism, but the needs of each individual young person at Prior’s Court.”

Prior’s Court School is currently rated as good by Ofsted for its residential care provision, while the four homes in Prior’s Court young adult provision are all rated as good by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).



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