A HIGH school academy has been told it needs to improve in all areas — three years after being rated as good.
Ofsted said Dinnington High “requires improvement” in four main areas: effectiveness of leadership and management; quality of teaching, learning and assessment and personal development; behaviour and welfare; and outcomes for pupils.
But inspectors praised its 16-19 study programmes, which were rated good.
The two-day inspection in November was the school’s first since it converted to academy status two years ago. It was rated as good across the board in 2014.
Inspectors noted a new leadership team was in place but said standards varied too widely across the school and some children were held back by their literacy.