City of Bristol College, which has 30 thousand students, has received the lowest Ofsted rating of 'inadequate' in several areas, including the quality of its teaching.
Ofsted inspectors spent a week assessing the college across its six sites in the centre of Bristol. They ranked several areas as requiring improvement or inadequate.
The following areas were all ranked as 'inadequate':
- overall effectiveness of the college's provision
- outcomes for learners
- quality of teaching, learning and assessment
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