We are thrilled to announce that following the recent inspection by SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools), our school has been judged as “good”.
This achievement is a testament to the dedication and hard work of everyone involved in our school, from our students to our staff and parents.
The SIAMS inspection focuses on the distinctiveness and effectiveness of our school as a church school, the Christian vision and values that underpin everything we do. The report reflects the high standards that we have achieved across a range of areas.
We are delighted that the inspection recognised the strong Christian ethos that runs through our school and the commitment of our staff to providing an inclusive and nurturing learning environment for all our students.
We will continue to build on this success and thrive for high standards in all that we do.
The Inspector wrote:
“Students flourish at the school because leaders and staff work tirelessly to implement the school’s Christian vision by welcoming and valuing all members of the school community.”
” The priority that leaders and staff give to the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme means that students have a well-rounded understanding of flourishing. Students taking part in the scheme provide support for local churches and community groups.”
” Relationships between all members of the school community are warm and respectful.
Parents are particularly grateful that their children are known and treated as unique individuals.”
” Students’ dignity is also affirmed by the willingness of leaders to listen and respond to student concerns. Each half term, the headteacher assembles the school to address issues that the student council has raised. Students correctly see that their concerns are taken seriously and, in many cases policy changes as a result. This is a further significant outworking of the school’s Christian vision and values.”
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