Staff, pupils and parents at Scarisbrick Hall School near Southport were delighted to receive the highest possible grading in their recent school inspection. 

This is the third inspection in a row where Scarisbrick Hall School has received Grade 1 in all areas and ages of provision from the youngest in their nursery to the thriving Sixth Form.

The report commented on the extraordinary opportunities provided by the school as well as the high academic achievement that places the school in the top ten nationally. The inspectors praised the innovative wellbeing programme as well as the RIVER learning philosophy that runs throughout all ages.

Mr Shaw, Headmaster said: 

“It is wonderful to read our inspection report, it reflects all the hard work our pupils and staff and demonstrates the achievement of our incredible school.”

The report caps off an incredible year for the school that includes national recognition in the Times Education Awards and achieving the highest A level and GCSE results in the region.

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  1. Suzanna Byrne 2 weeks ago

    I taught at Scarisbrick Hall in the late 1990s so I am so pleased to see the school doing so well. Congratulations to everyone involved.

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