A Brighouse residential school for boys with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties scored good in a recent Ofsted report.
William Henry Smith School scored ‘good’ in all areas and ‘outstanding’ in ‘leadership and management’ and ‘overall effectiveness of the residential experience’.
The report said: “This is a good school in which students consistently make good progress.
“Residential provision is outstanding. Students feel well cared for and say they are supported exceptionally well.
“The quality of the leadership by the principal is outstanding.
“Outreach work is excellent.”