Our school was last inspected in January 2018. This was a short inspection, which confirmed that the school remains a good school. We were very pleased with the outcomes and very proud that the hard work of children, staff, governors and parents was recognised:
- The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection. the last inspection highlighted strengths in pupils' outcomes, the quality of teaching, leadership, pupils' behaviour and their attitudes to learning. All these aspects remain strong.
- Parents and carers, staff and pupils are unequivocally positive about all aspects of the school's work.
- Across key stage 2, most pupils....make at least good progress in mathematics, and outstanding progress in reading.
- Pupils say how much they enjoy coming to school. they talk enthusiastically about the many opportunities they have to play a part in the life of the school.
- Pupils say that they feel safe. They have full trust in the adults who look afetr tham, and every confidence that any worries they have will be listened to and dealt with.
(Statutory inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools)
Our school was last inspected in March 2018. Again we were delighted with the recognition of our school's distinctively Christian character.
'The Christian ethos of the school is underpinned by a clear focus on the school's shared Christian vision and values'.
Identified strengths of the school include:
- The excellent behaviour of the pupils, which stems from the mutual respect and care they have for each other, is underpinned by the school's Christian values.
- Effective relationships between the school, the local community and the parish.
- The Christian care and concern shown by the school family for each other and for those who need their support across the world.