It has been another very busy and productive term celebrating successes by our pupils and staff.
On 3rd and 4th December 2014 we were inspected by Ofsted, and are delighted to be graded “Outstanding” - An outstanding school is highly effective in delivering outcomes that provide exceptionally well for all its pupils’ needs. This ensures that pupils are very well equipped for the next stage of their education, training or employment.
And the report quotes:
“Students’ achievement is outstanding because teaching is of a very high quality and the curriculum is matched exceptionally well to their needs”.
“The headteacher provides inspirational leadership and has consistently driven improvement since the last inspection. As a consequence, achievement and teaching are outstanding”.
“The headteacher receives excellent support from the centre leaders and together they set high expectations for both staff and students. All staff are highly committed to the centre’s work and teamwork is highly effective”.
Congratulations to my whole staff team for their continued hard work which has resulted in such a high accolade.
I hope you enjoy browsing through our
pages and learn a little more about
The Park Education Support Centre
and our extended community.
The Park Education Support Centre (ESC) is a Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) and was opened in May 1996. In September 2007 the existing provision was expanded to include a KS4 Learning Centre.
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The Inclusion Project has been set up as a direct response to meet the needs of young people, who attend The Park Education Support Centre (ESC) and live in Borehamwood.
It is a joint initiative between The Park ESC, Connexions and Borehamwood Council.
Further details are available to download from our PDF information sheet