Herons’ Moor Academy was received a ‘good’ rating from Ofsted following an inspection on Thursday 3rd March, 2016.
The Academy was recognised for its “good-quality” education and its “family feel”.
The report says: “Parents acknowledge the high-quality social and emotional care provided by the school.
“Everyone is valued and knows that they belong to a positive and supportive environment where there is mutual respect among all, regardless of their vulnerability, special educational needs, disability or ethnicity. As one parent explained, staff get to know each child ‘as a person and not a number or statistic’.”
Pupils’ behaviour was commended and pupils also said they feel very safe in the school.
Headteacher Julie Fox said: “We are delighted with this report as it highlights what is unique and important at Herons’ Moor. It recognises the achievements of our fantastic pupils.”
You can read the report in full here.