Our church school inspection report has now been published, following the inspector’s visit before Easter. We hope you will agree it is a very positive report, and we think, reflects the vision of our school to value and encourage and support every child to learn, grow and achieve, as a ‘whole’ person.
The inspector spent the day in school, much of which was spent talking to the children in lessons, at break and lunch and in groups, such as the School Council and Eco Team. The children’s responses reflected their understanding of our values and their understanding of how they impact on daily life.
The inspector also met with governors and spoke to and received written comments from parents/ carers- so thank you to all those who contributed to those.
We are delighted that he confirmed we are a good school, and he highly praised the ethos of our school finding many strengths, including the following:
‘pupils’ behaviour is excellent and the highly positive relationships between all in the school community are based on mutual respect.’
‘pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding is highly developed, regardless of ability, background or faith of each pupil’.
‘pupils …are socially aware, going out of their way to be helpful to all and having great pride in their school’.
‘levels of attendance are high as pupils say they enjoy coming to school.’