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Hat Trick of Glowing Reports for Kingham Hill School

Published Tuesday 11th of January 2011 12:36:36 PM

Kingham Hill School is celebrating a hat trick of excellent school inspection reports in 2010.

In February, the school received a high-powered visit from a New England Association of Schools and Colleges inspection team. Following a glowing report, Kingham Hill became the first British boarding school to receive accreditation. In April, CReSTeD inspected and another very pleasing report was forthcoming, confirming the school�s registration as having a high quality and officially approved Dyslexic Unit.

The hat trick was completed with the all-important ISI inspection report that followed two separate inspections during October and November.

Headmaster, Nick Seward, is thrilled with all three reports. Of the most recent, he comments: �This is a fantastic result! I am so proud of our fabulous pupils, my excellent and hard-working staff, and our supportive and enthusiastic parents. Kingham Hill is a special place, in a special setting, with a special future, and I�m so glad that the inspection team have recognised all of that.�

The report contains many highlights. The following excerpt probably sums up why Kingham Hill is increasing successful and popular.

�Relationships between staff and pupils, and amongst pupils themselves, are congenial and mutually respectful. Pupils are both self-aware and appreciative of teachers, tutors, staff and house parents, who demonstrate their dedication to the school�s Christian values.�

The school is growing in size, enjoying improved academic success and performing increasingly well on the sports field. Plans are well progressed for a �5M centre-piece academic building.

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