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Ofsted Report

We are a "GOOD" school with outstanding personal development - Nov 2nd and 3rd 2021

"Pupils love coming to school and attend well. They enjoy learning about new and interesting things. Pupils behave extremely well. Pupils are kind and helpful to one another. Parents agree. A typical parental comment was: ‘A lovely friendly school with children, families and their needs at the heart of everything leaders do’"

"Classrooms are busy hives of learning. Pupils are eager to learn. They concentrate and willingly contribute their ideas and views. Relationships with adults are warm and positive. This helps to build pupils’ confidence and resilience in learning."

The strengths of the school identified in the latest SIAMS report - October 2023

The school has developed a strong Christian vision based on the parable of the mustard seed. This can be seen in the way staff, pupils and the trust work together.

The school has developed strong partnerships with the other two schools in its association. It also enjoys good working relationships with both the trust and the diocese. These support and enhance the vision through collaboration in a range of activities leading to flourishing.

 As a result of its vision school leaders prioritise good mental health and wellbeing for pupils, staff and families. This enables all to experience emotional, academic and spiritual growth.

The vision drives the breadth of the curriculum offer, including religious education. It is tailored to meet the needs of all. Those pupils needing special help are well provided for and as a result make good progress

Pupils are given opportunities to grow spiritually through collective worship. Time to reflect at the end of worship is encouraged. This allows pupils to consider values such as global injustice and responsibility to others

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