04:10AM, Tuesday 13 March 2012
A failing school has two years to turn itself around or it could be closed.
St Luke's School, in Cookham Road, Maidenhead, has been placed in 'special measures' after a scathing review by Ofsted.
The inspection body blamed years of 'weak leadership, low staff morale and a culture of low achievement' for the primary school's decline.
Headteacher Amanda Hough, who started three weeks before the review, has pledged swift improvement.
A privately run pre-school on the site was not subject to this inspection.
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