Estyn Inspection Report

Prestatyn High School is extremely proud of its recent Estyn report and the recognition by inspectors of the tireless work of so many teachers to ensure the best possible education for the young people of Prestatyn.
Headteacher, Mr Neil Foley, said “it is pleasing to see that the high standards achieved by pupils are recognised despite all the obstacles they have faced over the last few years, this is testament to the exceptional efforts and support of all staff.”

In the report, inspectors commented on how Prestatyn High School pupils were proud to belong to an inclusive school and described the school as being homely and wholesome. Pupils also commented on how they felt safe in school and enjoyed their learning.

In the report, Estyn described Prestatyn High School as being an:
“Inclusive learning community where pupils and staff work closely and effectively as a team and these relationships form the heartbeat of the school".
"The headteacher and his senior team have worked well to establish a culture of high expectations for all".
As part of the inspection process, the inspectors commented on the school’s effective practices and also identified a few areas to develop. The school is extremely pleased with the report and will use its findings to further enrich learners' experiences and outcomes.
The school would like to thank the pupils, parents, staff, governors, GwE and Denbighshire local authority for their support in ensuring such a positive inspection visit.

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