Cambridge school's Ofsted clean sweep

15th April 2011 at 01:00

Swavesey Village College in Cambridgeshire has joined an elite band of schools to be graded outstanding in all 27 inspection categories by Ofsted. The report said the school's students, 100 per cent of whom left with five or more GCSEs in 2010, reach "high standards and make outstanding progress", and praised its "excellent teaching" and "exceptional curriculum".

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