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Varied alternative education provision through partnership

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Sir Bernard Lovell School improves qualifications for students attending alternative provision.

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Sir Bernard Lovell School - good practice example

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As part of the well-established Kingswood Partnership of 4 local secondary schools, Sir Bernard Lovell School has drawn on extensive links with business, education and training providers to offer its students a rich and diverse range of academic and vocational courses.