Luton Adult Learning has been commended by a government inspector for its “high standards and good outcomes for learners”.

Following a two-day inspection during September by the Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted), the Adult Learning service has retained its ‘good provider’ status, awarded in 2014.

Luton Adult Learning has been commended by a government inspector for its “high standards and good outcomes for learners”.

The inspector’s report, published on 13 November, states: “Leaders, managers and teachers are ambitious for learners and have maintained the high standards and good outcomes for learners reported at the last inspection.

“The broad range of provision continues successfully to target the borough’s more disadvantaged communities by supporting learners to become active citizens. Managers choose appropriate specialist subcontractors to target specific groups.

“Luton Adult Learning continues to offer a broad and coherent range of provision that spans apprenticeships, English for speakers of other languages (ESOL), qualification programmes for unemployed adults and family and community learning courses.” 

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