Ryde School fixes failings recent monitoring visit finds

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Ryde School in Ryde, on the Isle of Wight. <i>(Image: Google.)</i>
Ryde School in Ryde, on the Isle of Wight. (Image: Google.)

An unannounced visit in February, by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI), found Ryde School compliant in all areas.

The ISI dropped in on February 2, for a progress monitoring session.

It came after the Queens Road private school was earlier told it must must submit an improvement plan to the secretary of state for education, following the ISI's discovery of a series of failings, during an inspection in May 2022.

When the Isle of Wight County Press originally reported the story, the independent day and boarding school, for boys and girls aged 2 and half to 18, said it had already taken action to address the issues, including over the use of discriminatory language and staff recruitment.

Last month, inspectors found the school had met all the action points which needed to be addressed.

Their report, which you can read in full HERE said the school had taken "suitable and effective action to ensure pupils are encouraged consistently to treat each other with respect."