The Studio celebrates its first Ofsted report

The Studio school, located in Liverpool is celebrating the results of its first Ofsted report, which has validated the school’s innovative approach to education and learning.

The Studio, which specialises in gaming, digital technology and coding received an overall Ofsted rating of Good (with outstanding behaviour and safety) thanks to its future-proof syllabus and the focused learning behaviours of its students.

The report stated: “There is a shared vision to ensure students are well prepared for employment by being ‘industry-ready’. This translates well into practice: this is an orderly, business-like community where students and staff work together diligently and with aspiration.”

Principal of The Studio, Shaun McInerney, said: “This Ofsted report highlights that we’ve successfully created a vibrant school community, in which students are able to reach their true potential and are well prepared for the workplace challenges of tomorrow.

“The Studio’s ability to deliver a high-standard of education in a safe, supportive environment has been confirmed throughout this report and we’re delighted to have such a positive impact on the lives of our region’s young people.

“This report validates a new model of education that works and supports a view that if given the opportunity, students can out-perform their peers if they transfer to a specialist school that can appropriately nurture their abilities.”

Ofsted also celebrated the achievements of students across a range of subjects, stating: “As well as a broad range of subjects reflecting the specialism of The Studio, students can choose from a selection of more traditional options, such as history or Spanish. The curriculum does not limit students’ achievements and helps broaden their horizons.”

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