The Academy is extremely delighted and proud of the report that recognises the tremendous progress the Academy has made since opening in September 2010. The report highlights effective leadership, good teaching and a well-constructed curriculum. The report also states that students make good progress and are well behaved with a good attitude to learning. The report recognises the impact and influence of Lincolnshire Gateway Academies Trust in securing progress and shows the value of belonging to the Lincolnshire Gateway Academies Trust. However we understand there is always room for improvement and the Academy will be working hard to achieve further progress in the years to come.
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|Overall effectiveness||Previous inspection:||Requires improvement||3|
|Leadership and management||Good||2|
|Behaviour and safety of pupils||Good||2|
|Quality of teaching||Good||2|
|Achievement of pupils||Good||2|
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