Carlisle's Richard Rose Central Academy in special measures again
Last updated at 11:23, Saturday, 23 February 2013
Carlisle's Central Academy school has been rated “inadequate” and plunged into special measures for a second time.
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There seems to be a gross inaccuracy within these pages about the about the predeccessor school : ST AIDANS WAS NEVER IN SPECIAL MEASURES ,read its ofsted reports if they still exist, the publicity campaing for RRF hinted that the performance of both predecessor school was low - false - they never stated it directly because they couldnt prove it and would have faced dozens of Law suits, as for NCTC, the then Head Mark Yearsley had moved there form solway and brought the school out of special measures long before the merger.Pity he left , but Peter Noble had tied his hands!! preventing him exercising his expertise and good judgement. if your going to Comment GET YOUR FACTS RIGHT.
This is currantly the school i am at and the standers are very poor, Like in some i=of the previouse coments some teachers do not get the help they are needed in some of my clases the help that the techers need is unbelivably poor the techers get no help at all with students that dont want to learn need taken out and put somewere else for the student that wont to learn but it is not happening!
Exhausted Primary Teachers first paragraph sums it up for me. Education and Respect starts at home. I suspect the problems at RRCA are more to do with the parenting of the pupils rather than the teachers and management. But hey, it's easier to blame the teaching staff isn't it???