Plymouth studio school was set up with a specific sports focus to train sports stars of the future. As well as the usual classrooms and laboratories, the £4.2m building, opened by the school standards minister, Nick Gibb, contains a gym containing the latest fitness equipment including a virtual reality “brain training” NeuroTracker device intended to boost concentration.
There are currently 155 pupils, which is half the number the school is meant to accommodate. The schools watchdog Ofsted is expected to classify the school as inadequate after a recent inspection.
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