Academy's strong progress
A Bath secondary school which recently reopened as an academy has been told by Ofsted inspectors that it is no longer in special measures.
Bath Community Academy was launched back in September as a replacement for Culverhay School, which was graded as unsatisfactory around this time last year.
The school shrugged off the threat of closure and is now run by the Cabot Learning Federation as an academy.
It is deemed to be making strong progress and the school has now been told it has done well enough to be taken out of special measures.
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This means it will no longer have to be visited by inspectors every six months.
In a letter to parents, head teacher Adam Williams said: "We are very proud of the contribution made towards this unprecedented rate of improvement by all staff, students and parents and we look forward to the next stage in our journey towards good and, beyond that, outstanding."
The Ofsted report has not yet been officially published by the watchdog body.