|Forge Valley School|
|Motto||Ambition, Endeavor, Success|
|Local authority||City of Sheffield|
|Department for Education URN||140547 Tables|
|Executive headteacher||David Bowes|
|Head teacher||Dale Barrowclough|
Forge Valley School is a secondary school and sixth form located in Sheffield South Yorkshire England. It replaced Myers Grove School and Wisewood School & Community Sports College.The Headteacher is Dale Barrowclough. The school has its own sports centre which is used by the school and community. The school converted to Academy status in September 2014, sponsored by the Tapton School Academy Trust.
In May 2013 it was reported by local newspaper Sheffield Star that the school had been placed under special measures by Ofsted after being deemed 'inadequate'. – David Bowes took over as Head.[ citation needed ]The report, which was based on an inspection in March 2013, rated the school Grade 4 overall and in all areas, the lowest possible value in a scale from 1 to 4. Head teacher Diane McKinlay responded with disappointment to the report by stating that Forge Valley was a new school "which is still developing and improving" results. In October 2013 McKinklay resigned her post
In late November 2013 Forge Valley received a short inspection from Ofsted.[ citation needed ]
Forge Valley has presented five productions:[ citation needed ]
In September 2016, a 41-year-old teacher at the school, Lynsey Haycock, died from medical complications after breaking her leg in a fall while putting up a classroom display.
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