Havering schools’ achievements celebrated
Schools in Havering are being celebrated after achieving a “good” or “outstanding” Ofsted rating.
To mark their achievements, the Mayor of Havering, Councillor Trevor McKeever, has given the latest recipients a commendation and expressed his thanks to staff for their dedication and hard work.
Between September 2022 and March 2023, 14 schools were given a “good” or “outstanding” rating by Ofsted, which means that nearly every school in the borough is now rated “good” or “outstanding”.
During the presentation at Havering Town Hall, the Mayor spoke of himself being educated in the borough.
He said: “I’m a product of Havering education and excelled when I went to Havering Technical College, as it was then.”
He added: “Havering education has been good for me and without it I would not be sitting where I am today. So to all the teachers of the past and teachers of the present I would like to thank you very much for all you do.”
The schools received a signed certificate and an invitation to bring their pupils to visit the Mayor and the Council chambers.
The schools recognised were:
- Drapers Brookside Junior – Good, March 2023
- Sanders Draper – Good, Feb 2023
- Gaynes – Good, Feb 2023
- Abbs Cross – Good, Jan 2023
- Harold Court Primary – Good, Jan 2023
- St Peter’s Catholic Primary – Good, Jan 2023
- Rise Park Junior – Good, Jan 2023
- St Joseph’s Catholic Primary – Good, Dec 2022
- The Coopers’ Company and Coborn – Good, Dec 2022
- Brittons – Good, Nov 2022
- Redden Court – Outstanding, Nov 2022
- Drapers Brookside Infant – Good, Nov 2022
- Harrow Lodge Primary – Outstanding, Sept 2022
- Emerson Park Academy – Good, Sept 2022