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Kincorth and Torry Academies Education Scotland Reports (Formerly HMIE)

Education Scotland (formerly HMIE) aims to provide assurance on the quality of Scottish education and promote improvement and innovation to enhance learners' experiences and lead to better outcomes. Their inspections also contribute to National Performance Framework reporting.

Each year, they inspect and report on the quality of education in a sample of pre-school centres, primary schools, secondary schools, special schools, community learning and development services, colleges, and residential educational provision. They also inspect the education functions of local authorities.

To support improvement, inspectors focus on the quality of children and young people's learning and achievement. We have a particular interest in the development of children and young people's skills and understanding in literacy, numeracy, health and wellbeing which enables access to the highest possible learning within a broad general education and beyond.

The most recent inspection report of Kincorth Academy was published in June 2003.
Follow Up Reports were published in January 2005, January 2006 and May 2007.
HM Inspectors (now, Education Scotland) asked the education authority to continue to monitor the school’s progress closely, especially its progress and success in raising attainment.
Another report to parents and carers on the extent of the improvements which have been achieved will be provided within a year of the publication of the most recent HMIE Follow Up Report.

The most recent inspection report of Torry Academy was published in March 2009. Follow Up Reports were published in 2010 and 2011. As part of ongoing liaison between HMIE (now, Education Scotland) and the education authority, the District Inspector will continue to monitor the school’s progress.

Education Scotland (HMIE) Reports


Kincorth Academy
Torry Academy


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