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Ofsted inspectors say residential care at The Grange School in Knossington requires improvement




A Rutland residential special school is not meeting national minimum standards, according to Ofsted.

Inspectors called at The Grange Therapeutic School at Knossington last month and declared the residential aspect of the school ‘requires improvement to be good’.

The school overall, which has a roll of 70 pupils, received a good rating overall. The residential section cared for 16 of the boys at the time of the inspection, which covers the overall and experiences of children and young people in its care, how well they are helped and protected, and the effectiveness of leaders and managers.


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