As a church school we are inspected approximately every five years to assess and monitor the four main areas which together define our school as a Church of England school. The latest SIAMS inspection was carried out in November 2016 where the school was graded as satisfactory. The results of our inspection are summarised below:
  • The school’s Christian values are having a significant impact on children’s personal development and well-being but are not yet  sufficiently embedded to have an impact on their academic achievement.
  • Effective actions are being taken to enhance prayer and reflection within the daily life of the school and these are enhancing children’s spiritual development.
  • Through the work of the ethos committee, governors have a good overview of the school’s Christian character but this has not been used effectively to secure improved academic achievement.
The key areas for the school to improve were:
  • Review the school’s values and embed them by linking them explicitly to Biblical teaching, ensuring they promote children’s academic achievement as well as their personal and spiritual development.
  • Ensure that monitoring and evaluation of the school’s effectiveness as a church school are robust and that emerging issues form part of the strategic planning for improvement.
  • Increase opportunities for children to actively participate and engage in worship in order to further develop a greater understanding of this important aspect of the day
As a result of the inspection a comprehensive Statement of Action was put into place to address these findings which can be found in the Statement of Action area of the website. 
You can download our full inspection report by clicking the link below. 
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