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An inspection of Clackmannanshire Schools Support Service has received a very good report from HMIE inspectors who highly praised the school’s exemplary approaches to meeting the wellbeing needs of children and their families.
The inspection team from Education Scotland visited the service, which supports Primary and Secondary aged pupils with a range of additional support needs, and talked to children and young people, parents and carers as well as partners. They observed lessons and engaged throughout the inspection with the Headteacher and all staff.
The team inspected four quality indicators during the visit and graded three as ‘very good’ and one as ‘good’.
Strengths praised by the inspectors included:
One area for development was identified and discussed with the headteacher and Education staff:
Chief Education Officer Lorraine Sanda said: “This inspection report is one that the staff, pupils and whole school community should be very proud of. Effective leadership has established a clear direction for improvement and the report highlights the positive relationships, and the excellent opportunities that are being offered to every young person to develop skills for learning and life.”