YOUNGSTERS at a special school in Harrow are receiving the highest quality of care and education, according to government inspectors.
In an Ofsted report published earlier this month it was also said that Shaftesbury High School in Headstone Lane,Harrow, has an outstanding curriculum, and teachers create an excellent environment for students to work.
The school provides education for 112 children and 20 students between the ages of 11 and 19 who have special needs.
Headteacher,Paul Williams, was delighted with the school's performance.He said: "We are delighted that Ofsted have recognised us as an outstanding school because of the achievements of our pupils, the hard work and commitment of our staff and the terrific support from our parents, carers and governors. Shaftesbury is indeed a special school."
Councillor Anjana Patel, responsible for schools and children's development, said: "This is a remarkable achievement across the board.
"Schools in Harrow continue to perform to a very high standard.
"I am very proud of the hard work carried out by the staff and pupils at Shaftesbury High School."