A COLLEGE has made “significant improvements” after it was told it required improvement.

Ofsted inspectors delivered the verdict after visiting the Greater Brighton Metropolitan College in Pelham Street last month. The report was released last week.

In October inspectors found “teachers who taught students who have high needs did not have sufficient skills, knowledge or information to be able to meet the learning and support needs of these students”.

College leaders created an action plan to address problems and Ofsted said there had been “significant progress” in the months since.

An Ofsted spokesman said: “Leaders have taken swift and decisive action to improve teachers’ skills to teach students who have high needs. They have provided mandatory training for teachers, so they know what types of support students with high needs may require.”