The letter, which is available to download on both TreeHouse School and Ofsted’s website, praised the “inspirational leadership” and “high expectations” in the senior leadership team. It acknowledged the school’s strong safeguarding culture which “ensures that staff are vigilant and take all the necessary steps to keep pupils safe.”
The report commended the staff for their “unwavering commitment to improving pupils’ life chances and ensuring they reach their potential, irrespective of their needs or starting points.” It also praised “the school’s carefully designed curriculum” and said “leaders and staff are skilled in personalising the curriculum to inspire and challenge pupils in equal measure.” It also acknowledged that our curriculum ensures “pupils are exceptionally well prepared for the challenges they may face beyond the school, including their move to further education, training and employment.”
As part of our School Improvement Plan we will be working hard to ensure pupils' outcomes inform our strategic decision-making, as outlined in the report. We will continue to work together to make the ordinary possible for our wonderful pupils.
We hope you will join us in celebrating this important milestone for TreeHouse School, a testament to the commitment of learners, staff and leaders.
Read the full letter here.