A commitment to learning
Walderslade Girls' School is a non-selective LEA maintained school which admits 160 pupils into year seven each year. The school is based on one site in several subject specific teaching blocks, each of which is attractively furnished and well equipped to meet the requirements of each aspect of the curriculum.
At Walderslade Girls' School the highest standards of work and behaviour are expected. In order to achieve this, a caring, secure, purposeful and well ordered environment is provided by the committed staff.
The girls are encouraged to take responsibility for their learning and progress and, in doing so, they develop their confidence, self-esteem and independence. This enables them to move smoothly from school into further or higher education or into work.
The achievement of our aims was recognised during our most recent OFSTED inspection:
The attitudes of pupils to their work and relationships with the other pupils are very positive the of pupils to their and the are positive very other with relationships work attitudes. Pupils achieve well as a result of good teaching All pupils are valued and the school does much to raise their aspirations and motivation.
Following our successful Ofsted Inspection January 2008 we were delighted that the Inspectors concluded that this is a Good school. The full report can be accessed via:Ofsted published report.