Excellent for behaviour

Excellent for behaviour

The Maelor School, Penley are delighted to have received an independent school monitoring report which describes behaviour throughout the school as Excellent.

GwE whose role it is to oversee the performance of schools in North Wales wrote the following after sending three officers to examine the school last month.  “Pupils have an excellent attitude to learning and have a high level of engagement, resilience and interest in their work.”

Commenting on behaviour they state “Behaviour both inside the classroom and in their free time was excellent and there was a positive and co-operative atmosphere in the school.”

Headteacher Simon Ellis responding to the report said “Of course we are delighted to have received such high praise for our school, we work hard to ensure that pupils behave well and focus on their work, it’s part of our core beliefs as a school.”

The officers also asked pupils to comment on their school and summarised their findings as “Pupils have a strong sense of pride in the school as a learning community and they feel that they are well supported and valued.”

Lynn Lloyd Deputy Headteacher praised the hard work of the staff and the support of the parents “As a school community we work hard together to improve, I’m very pleased that this has been acknowledged by our visitors.”