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Livability Nash College has just been recognised for providing a good standard of education, being rated as ‘Good’ in all categories in an Ofsted report that was published in relation to the inspection on July 5-7th July 2016.
Nash College has been rated as ‘Good’ in all categories of the latest Ofsted report.
The Care Quality Commission is responsible for ensuring health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and encouraging them to improve.
Nash College has been rated as ‘Good’ by the CQC in their latest report on 4th June 2015
Ofsted rated Livability Nash College as 'Good' in all areas:
The CQC rated Livability Nash College as 'Good' in all areas:
All students make very good progress towards individual targets for independence and communication.
College leaders have a clear vision and mission with a sharp focus on employability and community support.
The standard of students’ work when on work experience and in work-related learning is particularly good.
Governors make a good contribution to supporting the head of college and senior leaders.