• Pupils concentrate well on what they are doing and try their hardest. They complete their work neatly and pay attention. I also noted repeatedly how they support each other to learn, cooperating well and helping each other.
• Pupils say that they feel proud to be part of the school and enjoy coming each day to learn.
• It is unsurprising that parents hold the school in high regard. Those who responded to Parent View repeatedly commented favourably on the climate for learning, the quality of education and the school’s nurturing approach to pupils.
Ofsted Inspection 2019
The Christian ethos permeates all aspects and dimensions of the life of the school and is having a significant impact on all those involved in school life. Though the school’s mission statement does not explicitly mention the Christian foundation of the school it is made clear in the aims. The idea of fulfilling potential in school, in life and in faith is lived out daily through the ethos, relationships and the treatment of every child as an individual, underpinned by Christian values. This results in pupils who are confident, well rounded and often quite spiritually aware individuals who are encouraged to be open minded. There is an emphasis on the personal, spiritual and academic growth of every child within the safe, loving and Christian environment provided by the school. SIAMS Inspection 2017