We were visited by Mrs Ali Rice on Tuesday 6th November for our latest SIAMS and we are very pleased to say we are GOOD across all categories of inspection.
The inspection report in in our school section for you to read in full.
A small selection of highlights include comments in the report such as
The recently reviewed and renewed Christian vision permeates this warm and engaging rural village school.
this is a compassionate and vibrant community where pupils and adults thrive and a love of learning grows.
Leaders confidently articulate how the vision underpins their commitment to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of all. The innovative creation of the peace room results in a beautiful, calm and reflective space. This sanctuary, at the heart of the school, meets the needs of vulnerable pupils and enhances support for pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). This is a place where barriers to learning are overcome.
The desire to grow a love of learning results in the school investing into strong and mutually beneficial partnerships. These relationships promote the vision and are highly valued by leaders
Leaders constantly review the curriculum and consider how it leads to pupil progress and flourishing. Consequently, the wider curriculum makes a considerable impact on pupils’ character development.
Leaders and clergy have a wealth of spiritual knowledge and articulate this passionately. The school are keen to further utilise this rich expertise to develop a shared understanding of spirituality