A Leeds school has been told it needs to make further improvements by an education watchdog.
Ofsted inspectors have told staff at Royds School Specialist Language College that they still need to make more improvements after a monitoring visit.
The school, which is based in Oulton, was judged as needing improvement after inspectors visited the campus in November.
But officials have said that senior leaders and governors have not taken sufficient action to tackle areas that needed to be improved following their visit last month.
The education watchdog said that the school needs to focus to help enforce and bring about changes. Inspectors said in a letter to the school: “Senior leaders have written an action plan but it lacks measurable targets at regular intervals so that governors, with senior leaders, can check whether these are met and that students are making more than expected progress.
“Consequently, whether an action happens can be checked, but evaluating, for example whether teaching is improving, cannot be measured securely.”
Officials have written to the school to tell staff that they need “sharpen” their action plan.
They also advised to ensure that reports from leaders are “evaluative and not merely descriptive”.
Last year’s Ofsted report said that teaching needed to improve in the classroom.
It also said that steps needed to be taken to ensure that pupils in sixth form achieve their potential.
The report, which was issued in November, said: “In recent years the majority of students have made the progress that is expected of them, but not enough have made good progress, especially in mathematics.
“Although there is some good and outstanding teaching, and teaching is improving, there is still too much that requires improvement.