About the school
The Archbisop's School is a mixed comprehensive for boys and girls aged between 11-18 set in an area where grammar schools select pupils based on ability at the age of 11. The school has a special needs unit on site catering for pupils with visual impairment or specific learning needs.
Most recent Ofsted Inspection Report: Jan 2000
Quotes from the Ofsted Report
The school is effective in enabling pupils to reach standards which are above the national average by the end of Key Stage 4 and well above those found in similar schools.
Teachers in the special educational needs department produce enlarged science work-sheets for visually impaired pupils and this enables them to progress at the same rate as their peers.