NESTON High School has been awarded Investors In People status.
The award recognises the school’s commitment to staff development, welfare and training.
In a report, the assessors said: “Neston High School has a strong reputation as an inclusive school and the school has a clear vision, which is well shared with staff, students and parents.
“The school expects its leaders and managers to manage in line with its culture and ethos, to act as positive role models and to encourage staff to develop and progress in order to provide students with the very best learning experiences.
“Continuous improvement is integral to the school’s culture. The school strongly promotes inclusion and is recognised as an “Equal School.”
“The Headteacher and Senior Team are keen to provide a range of opportunities to meet the diverse needs of staff.
“There is a culture of peer support and many examples of staff helping each other and learning from colleagues’ expertise.”
Headteacher Stephen Dool said he was delighted to receive the award and to continue investing in all members of Neston High School’s community.
Meanwhile, Neston has also become one of a hundred schools in the country and only the second in Cheshire to achieve Teacher Learning Academy (TLA) Centre status.
Through the General Teaching Council, the TLA offers public and professional recognition for teachers’ learning and development work.