and Highbridge MP 'reassured' by visit to King Alfred School
and Highbridge's MP James Heappey says he is 'reassured' about King
Alfred School's plans for the future after meeting the management
team following its latest Ofsted report.
Heappey has met with Headteacher Denise Hurr, Executive Headteacher
John Wells, and Chair of Governors Hugh Mackay to discuss its plans
following the 'Inadequate' Ofsted rating last month.
told Burnham-On-Sea.com that he's pleased that a sound plan is already
was very disappointing to read the Ofsted report on King Alfred
School and, clearly, significant improvement is required. I was
briefed by the Chair of Governors, Executive Headteacher and Headteacher
on the plans for that improvement and I am reassured by the visit."
share the understanding that King Alfred School has educated generations
of Burnham and Highbridge young people and that it is hugely important
that the community unites behind our school and supports the leadership
in delivering the improvement our young people deserve."