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Woking College

2022 Full Inspection Report
No areas of improvement

2010 Full Inspection Report
What does name of Woking College need to do to improve further?
  • Ensure that all lessons provide stretch and challenge to the more able students to enable them to achieve higher grades and reach their full potential.
  • Ensure that lessons in underperforming courses interest and motivate students so that they make better progress compared with their prior attainment and achieve at least their expected outcomes.
  • Work closely with departments and subject teachers to ensure that the promotion of equality and diversity is embedded consistently in teaching and learning.
  • Develop further contacts with employers to enhance the college’s employer engagement strategy and the comprehensive provision of work experience opportunities for students.
  • Ensure that a record of complaints is formally reported to the corporation in order that governors can monitor actions to remedy any complaints.
  • Ensure that all quality assurance processes in departments are implemented to a consistently high standard to promote continued improvement in the quality of provision.

2007 Full Inspection Report
Areas for improvement

The college should address:

  • low success rates on level 1 for 16 to 18 year olds and on A level courses
  • the low proportion of learners achieving high grades even though value-added is good
  • the use of performance indicators to raise standards
  • further development of teaching and learning to support individual learning needs
  • weaknesses in the college’s arrangements for judging the quality of teaching
  • the rigour of self-assessment through the more effective use of data
  • further engagement of employers.

2003 Full Inspection Report
What should be improved
  • low pass rates on level 1 and level 2 courses
  • low pass rates and poor management of key skills
  • some aspects of quality assurance
  • poor take up of additional learning support
  • teaching to meet the differing needs of students.

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