Bourne Community College is a ‘Good’ school. Our last inspection was in June 2016.
The quality of teaching, learning and assessment is good. Most teachers plan engaging lessons that motivate pupils. Teachers use information they have about pupils well, so that work builds on what pupils already know, understand and can do.
Positive working relationships between staff and pupils help to keep pupils safe, develop their personal skills and promote good achievement.
Teachers know their pupils and their capabilities well, and have high expectations of what they can achieve. They use information effectively to plan lessons that are pitched at the right level for different pupils. Time is used productively because pupils are focused on learning. Teachers are confident to adapt their plans in light of pupils’ responses and swiftly provide individual support for those who struggle.
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