A COMMUNITY special school in Boston is celebrating after receiving a good Ofsted report.
The Pilgrim School, based on the site of its namesake hospital, was noted to have ‘many outstanding features including the care and flexible support provided’.
Head teacher Christine Seymour said: “The judgements were fair and accurate and they confirmed our own self-evaluation.”
The Pilgrim school is an interim school for pupils with a range of medical, emotional and psychiatric difficulties.
The report gave several outstanding results and said: “Pupils are well prepared for life beyond school.
“From starting points of being too unwell to manage even the small details of everyday life, they are encouraged to cope emotionally and socially with the future and the changes it will bring.”