By Leon Symons, June 6, 2008
Anglo-Jewry’s newest secondary school has received the highest marks possible ratings in its first Ofsted inspection.
Yavneh College in Borehamwood was awarded an outstanding grade in almost every area. The inspection team observed that what had been achieved in five terms was “remarkable”.
Overall, they found Yavneh’s “leadership and management outstanding” and “standards of work exceptionally high”. The curriculum and spiritual, moral, social and cultural aspects of the school were also ranked as outstanding.