Moyles Court has been praised for its teaching and support of pupils, following a recent inspection. CReSTeD (Council for the Registration of Schools Teaching Dyslexic Puplis) inspected in May, focusing on the school’s effectiveness at providing Learning Support in a mainstream setting.
The report comments:
“Moyles Court School, with Mr Meakin (Headmaster) at the helm, exudes enthusiasm and happiness. The size of the school allows teachers and students to know and understand each other well. All students are given the opportunity to achieve to their full potential, through a broad and well balanced curriculum. Parents spoken to were overall very pleased with their choice of Moyles Court School for their children.
It is perceived as a place where students can settle in quickly and easily. One family has three children at the school currently and feels that their differing individual needs are well met. Access to the Senco and teaching staff is deemed to be easy and any issues arising are dealt with and resolved swiftly, in a caring manner. One parent described their ‘peace of mind now that their child’s Learning Support is regulated. Families liked the small class sizes and described the teaching staff as ‘lovely’, with the Learning Support team singled out for particular praise.
One father summed up his feelings by saying ‘It is a rarity to find a school interested in education, rather than just league tables and grades.”
Moyles Court has also proved to be successful with gifted and talented pupils, with Year 11 pupil Chris Law gaining a scholarship at world famous Gordonstoun school, to start in September.