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Bexhill College

2010 Full Inspection Report
What does Bexhill College need to do to improve further?
  • Continue to develop teachers’ skills to make better use of a range of teaching methods, in order to increase the proportion of good or better lessons and improve students’ progress and outcomes.
  • Ensure that self-assessment across all subjects is consistently evaluative and leads to specific and detailed targets, to bring about continuous and sustained improvement.
  • Continue to develop the skills of curriculum managers in order to achieve the ambitious college vision and meet high aspirations for students.
  • Fully implement the college’s strategy for interactive technologies and their use to improve teaching and learning further.
  • Share best practice in the promotion of equality and diversity in the curriculum to ensure all students are well prepared for life in a diverse community.
  • Link tutorial activities more closely to the content of students’ programmes to make them more relevant and meaningful for students.

2007 Full Inspection Report
Areas for improvement

The college should address:

  • low retention rates on many courses
  • low success rates on work-based learning programmes
  • the quality of teaching and learning
  • the underdeveloped strategic planning of the curriculum
  • the ineffectiveness of self-assessment to secure improvements
  • the underdeveloped analysis and use of data by staff at all levels to drive improvements
  • the consistency of quality of provision and middle management.

2002 Full Inspection Report
What should be improved
  • retention rates at level 3 for students aged 16 to 18
  • overall pass rates at level 3 for students aged 16 to 18
  • reliability of students' achievement data and its use by curriculum staff
  • poor accommodation
  • insufficient provision at levels 1 and 2
  • use of ICT in teaching
  • key skills and general studies provision.

Report Recommendations