John Roan School has been praised in its latest Ofsted inspection. The report describes the impact of the recently appointed head, noting his "good leadership" and that he has been a "driving force for change" in galvanising the staff.
Behaviour in the classrooms is described as "good" and there are apparently few instances of bullying in what is described as a "racially harmonious" environment. However, the report does say that teaching can vary between "outstanding and inadequate" and the teachers don't make good enough use of ICT.
Have you noticed improvements at John Roan School? One parent told me, via Twitter, "the place is still a shambles - no reports this term as they as a computer virus". Please post your thoughts in the coments form below.
The inspection was carried out at the school, in Maze Hill, on March 17th and 18th. Read the full report here.