The Sussex Learning Trust aims to play an integral part in providing the highest possible educational opportunities for children and young people in Sussex via a network of Academies committed to partnership working for the benefit of pupils and students

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OUTSTANDING! Effectiveness of leadership and management (Ofsted, 2017)"The behaviour of pupils is outstanding" (Ofsted, 2017)OUTSTANDING! Personal development, behaviour and welfare (Ofsted, 2017)View our online newsletter for our latest information and news, including PE fixtures and dates for the diary. You can also stay in touch by following us on Twitter @wardenpark..the school's culture of respect for all and positive relationships, summarised succinctly in "do your best and be nice" (Ofsted, 2017)"The school's provision to prepare pupils for their future lives is outstanding" (Ofsted, 2017)For hire of our 3G pitch, call our Reception Team on 01444 457881 for more detailsBest ever results! An impressive 89% of students achieved A*-C in English with 85% doing likewise in Maths. 78% of students achieved the highest grades in at least 5 GCSEs including Maths and English – 4% up on 2015!*Date for the Diary* - Open Evening: Wednesday 13 September 2017 for parents seeking admission to the Secondary Academy for September 2018

Ofsted Report

  • Overall effectiveness - Good
  • Effectiveness of leadership and management - Outstanding
  • Quality of teaching, learning and assessment - Good
  • Personal development, behaviour and welfare - Outstanding
  • Outcomes for pupils - Good

Some key findings include:

    • In three years, the enthusiastic headteacher and senior leaders have raised standards in all years at the same time as protecting the school's very special culture and atmosphere.
    • GCSE results in the EBacc subject were well above average in 2016.  Over four out of five pupils achieved high quality grades in English and mathematics.
    • Pupils are very well prepared for their future lives as thoughful, considerate and knowledgeable citizens.
    • Learning has moved into a higher gear with the introduction of tablets for all pupils.  Teachers and pupils use them in many effective ways to generate rapid progress.
    • Pupils behave extremely well both in lessons and around the school.  They are considerate, thoughtful and keen to do well.  Their relationships with staff are mutually respectful.  They feel safe in school.