EVERY child feels valued at Almondbury High School and Language College, say Government inspectors.
An Ofsted team who visited the school last month judged it to be "an improving school".
Their report stated the school was successful in its central aim of making every pupil feel valued.
The report says: "Care, guidance and support are a strength of the school.
"Pupils' emotional and physical well- being is at the heart of the school. The provision for pupils personal development and well-being is good."
It also states that the headteacher Mrs Janet Tolley "provides clear direction and has managed the school well through a period of change".
Inspectors also noted pupils benefited from a wide range of extra curricular activities on offer. The numbers of those taking part was high.
Nearly all students took part in trips abroad as part of the school's Specialist Language College programme and there were good partnerships by the school with the wider community.
Pupils' involvement in the school was also seen as a strength.
"Pupil willingly take responsibility as seen in the many school improvements resulting from the efforts of the school council," the report said.
In a letter to pupils, the inspection team said: "You have a vital part to play in helping the school improve further by working hard to meet your teachers high expectations for behaviour and to do your best to make good progress in all your subjects which will prepare you well for life beyond school."