Moulton College has fallen from an ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating to ‘requires improvement’ after its latest inspection.
A report published following a visit by the Government’s education watchdog in April states students’ attendance and punctuality is not high enough and teachers do not have sufficiently high expectations of what they can achieve.
Leaders and managers at the college have also been criticised for being slow to improve management weaknesses in English, mathematics and apprenticeships.
The college was praised for establishing strong links with local and regional employers and using them well to plan and enhance the curriculum offer to students.
Inspectors also noted the high quality practical and commercial facilities that enable students to learn relevant practical skills and skills for work effectively.