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Selby College

2017 Full Inspection Report
What does the provider need to do to improve further
  • Teachers on 16 to 19 study programmes should plan and use learning activities that challenge the most able learners to extend their knowledge and understanding, so that they make the progress of which they are capable.
  • Leaders and managers should ensure that their evaluation of the quality of education and training accurately identifies the areas for improvement.
  • Leaders and managers must ensure that, where the quality of education and training is not of a high enough standard, they set precise actions and targets, so that they make the required improvements more rapidly.

2007 Full Inspection Report
Areas for improvement

The college should address:

  • success rates on apprenticeship and learndirect courses
  • learners’ progress on a small minority of A-level courses
  • the promotion of cultural awareness among learners.

2004 Re-Inspection Report
Further textual references in the report referred to the following weaknesses in work-based learning business programmes:
  • planning and monitoring of progress are unsatisfactory
  • individual learning plans are often incomplete
  • targets set lack clarity and definition
  • reviews lack rigour and do not adequately involve employers
  • achievement of modern apprenticeship frameworks is low
  • insufficient quality assurance of work-based training

2003 Full Inspection Report
What should be improved
  • progression opportunities in a few curriculum areas
  • the range of literacy and numeracy provision
  • some aspects of curriculum management
  • some poor accommodation
  • the management of work-based learning.

Report Recommendations