Baysgarth school in Barton given 'good' rating by Ofsted inspectors
Baysgarth School in Barton has been rated as "good" by Ofsted inspectors.
The school, on Barrow Road, was visited by inspectors on Wednesday, September 19 and Thursday, September 20.
The judgement of "good" means the school has improved from its previous inspection in 2010, when it was judged to be "satisfactory".
And the result meant the school continued its progression, after being told it was in need of "significant improvement" in 2009.
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The school was scored as "good" in all categories, for achievement of pupils, quality of teaching, behaviour and safety of pupils and leadership and management.
In their report, the inspection team wrote: "Most students make good progress and learn well in many subjects.
"Since the previous inspection, the proportion of students gaining 5 or more A* to C GCSE qualifications, including English and mathematics, has risen steeply and standards seen in many lessons are now above average."
Head teacher Colin Saywell was also praised as being "aspirational on the part of all students and a highly effective leader".
The report added: "He is well supported by a strong team of leaders and managers."