At the start of November, nine inspectors visited Moulton College in Northamptonshire, to measure key indicators including the Quality of Education, Leadership and Management, Personal Development and Behaviours and Attitudes.
The final report, released by Ofsted at the end of the week long inspection concluded the College’s new status as ‘Good’.
Corrie Harris, Principal and CEO at Moulton College Said:
“We are absolutely delighted with this result, and all credit goes to our staff and students for this achievement. We have made significant changes at the college during the last couple of years and we have gone from strength to strength. It is wonderful that Moulton College has finally received the recognition it deserves, following a challenging few years.”
This latest rating stands the College in good stead to move forward with its investment plans and application to reinstate apprenticeships, something the College has been keen to do for a long time. Moulton’s Principal, Corrie Harris is determined that the hard work should continue, with the College keen to achieve an outstanding rating at the next inspection in five years’ time.
Moulton College is this year celebrating its 100th birthday, so the news comes at a poignant time in the College’s history.
“It has been a fantastic Centenary year, celebrating 100 years of teaching and culminating in a great Ofsted result. We are exceptionally proud of our students and their achievements. It really is a great time to be at Moulton College.”
The full report can be viewed at www.gov.uk
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