An Aberdeen school has made “positive progress” since its last inspection, a watchdog has said.
In a letter to parents after a follow up inspection, Education Scotland praised the work of staff to improve Linn Moor residential school in Peterculter.
In November 2017, inspectors found the school needed to improve the way it gathers information about its strengths and weaknesses, something it now says staff have helped to do through teamwork and assessing the school as a whole.
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The watchdog also said that work had to be done to include the views of pupils and staff in forward planning – which the new letter says is well under way with a raft of new initiatives aimed at helping children have their say.
Staff were also told to boost attainment at the school, with new methods of tracking progression being put in place by the recently-appointed head teacher, which also allows teachers to more effectively plan well paced and suitably challenging lessons for each child.