However, there is now better news for the school on Baysdale Road after Her Majesty's Inspector Joan Hewitt found the academy's improvement plan is fit for purpose and the sponsors' statement of action is fit for purpose.
What does HMI stand for?
HMI stands for Her Majesty's Inspector (UK educational standards inspector)
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- Hazardously Misleading Information
- Head of Mining Installation
- Health Management & Informatics
- Healthcare Management Initiative (INSEAD)
- Healthy Marriage Initiative
- Heavy Metal Ions
- Heinzen Manufacturing International
- Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager
- Henry Mancini Institute (Culver City, CA)
- Henry Moore Institute (Leeds, UK)
- Herman Miller, Inc.
- Hetrick-Martin Institute
- High Mountain Institute (Leadville, CO)
- Himalayan Mountaineering Institute
- Historic Madison, Inc. (Wisconsin)
- Historic Manassas, Inc. (Virginia)
- Hoist Manufacturers Institute
- Holistic Management International (Albuquerque, NM)
- Homewood Musical Instrument Co. (Homewood, AL, USA)
- Horizontal Motion Index
Samples in periodicals archive:
Her Majesty's Inspector, Angela Westington, said progress since being subject to special measures and previous monitoring inspections was 'good'.
Northumbria Probation Trust has achieved the highest scores in a recent independent inspection by Her Majesty's Inspectors of Probation.
A report by Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary surveyed the public and police representatives about what they thought constituted frontline work to come up with a definition of what roles should be included.
Brigadier Hugh Monro, Her Majesty's Inspector of Prisons in Scotland, has made stopping mobiles one of his top priorities.
Roger Baker, Her Majesty's Inspector for the two forces, said: "Northumbria remains one of the highest performing forces in the UK, with an enviable record in reducing and solving crime.
Jane Stichbury, Her Majesty's Inspector, said: "Although the performance of most forces did not consistently match the level promised to the public, the majority of forces have made efforts to build a stronger relationship and dialogue with local people.