Les Voies School was most recently inspected in May, 2019 by a team of HMI (Her Majesty's Inspectors) from Terry Carr Consultancy Ltd. The inspection based on Education Scotland framework 'How Good Is Our School?' evaluates criteria including quality of leadership; teaching and assessment; wellbeing, equality and inclusion and the school's proficiency in raising attainment and achievement.
Les Voies received an overwhelmingly positive report with the key points outlined below. The inspectors remarked upon the "high quality partnership with stakeholders as a key strength of the school and service which is leading to improvements in students' wellbeing and attainment". Parents and carers commented on the"high levels of commitment shown by partners and the school" and how"the school has helped their children to return to education leading to a positive impact on their family life". In addition, the school provides an "inclusive culture which strives for 'The Amazing Everyday' with all school and service staff supporting students to push themselves to achieve their utmost".
Take a look at our key strengths of the school as stated by the inspection below:
Leadership of Change
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Wellbeing, Equality & Inclusion
Raising Attainment & Achievement
"The leadership provided by the headteacher, which has resulted in a transformational change to the culture and practice of supporting students in Guernsey with SEMH issues."
"The knowledge & skills of LSA's and the support and care they provide for students in the class."
"The positive & beneficial partnership working established by the school with parents, other schools, supporting agencies & a range of organisations on the island."
"The impact of the school & outreach staff on the lives of families with children & young people who experience SEMH issues."
"The school's approach to enhancing the skills of teachers through coaching, peer evaluation & support."
- HMI, 2019