West Lancashire MP Rosie Cooper said:
“It is clear from the report that the school still requires improvement, but it is heartening to hear of the progress being made in many areas, and an overall rating of Good for personal development, behaviour and welfare.
“Education in Skelmersdale has gone through a challenging period in recent years, most notably with the terrible decision to close Glenburn.
“Reading how the leadership of the school has been strengthened, the quality of teaching has improved, the support from a highly effective pastoral system and good behaviour all points to a school working hard to improve its standards and going in the right direction.
“I commend Jane and her team for the work and effort they have put in to ensure Skelmersdale continues to have access to non-denominational high school provision, and congratulations to the pupils and parents who have contributed to a positive Ofsted report.”