Ofsted Chief Inspector heaps praise on Notre Dame Catholic College
Ofsted Chief Inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw visited Notre Dame Catholic College recently to witness the great work they are doing, led by headteacher Mrs Frances Harrison to raise educational standards in the city.
Wilshaw especially pointed out the ‘enthusiasm for learning from staff and pupils alike’.
Mayor Joe Anderson and assistant Mayor, Cllr Nick Small invited Wilshaw to Liverpool to see first-hand the work being done, with both acutely aware of how well Notre Dame Catholic College is performing having maintained close ties since the Mayor officially open the college.
Head Frances Harrison, Asst Mayor Nick Small, Sir Michael Wilshaw & Vincent Ashworth from Ofsted and Mayor Joe Anderson at Notre Dame Catholic College
Sir Michael Wilshaw said: “I am grateful to the Mayor and Assistant Mayor for inviting me to Liverpool to see first-hand what is being done to improve the city’s schools.
“During my visit I witnessed an enthusiasm for learning from staff and pupils alike, and I am pleased to see leaders from across the city working together to raise standards in education.
Mayor Joe Anderson added: “I was delighted to welcome Sir Michael Wilshaw to Liverpool to show him the work that we are doing in partnership with our schools to make sure our young people leave school with the skills necessary to go on to lead successful lives.
“There is no doubt that education standards in Liverpool are much improved compared to a decade or more ago, and the 17 much-needed new and refurbished schools being delivered as part of my Mayoral pledges will make a significant difference to teaching and learning."
Mrs Harrison who was delighted to welcome the College's special guests said: "As we listened to Sir Michael, we were all feeling very proud of our achievements and I want to thank both everybody who attended on the day and all of the team here, parents and students alike, for contributing to our progress.
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