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Head says Welland Academy in Stamford is improving




A Stamford school has been assessed by the government as ‘one of the worst’ in the country despite Ofsted rating it ‘good.’

Stamford Welland Academy - the only state school in the town - failed to meet educational standards in 2017/18, according to the Department for Education.

Students at Stamford Welland Academy open their GCSE results.Photo: Lee Hellwing. (6918099)
Students at Stamford Welland Academy open their GCSE results.Photo: Lee Hellwing. (6918099)

The DfE last week revealed a list of 346 schools nationally that failed to meet standards last year, representing around one in ten of secondary school children nationally.


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