All Church of England Schools are required to have a SIAMS inspection, which assesses the extent to which the School is a 'distinctively and recognisably a Christian institution'. Inspections usually take place at intervals of no more than five years, and our latest inspection took place on January 13th 2015.
The School was awarded an overall rating of 'Outstanding', which is the highest category available to the Inspector. The School was also judged to be Outstanding in each of the four areas that were inspected to determine our effectiveness as a Church school.
The Inspector spoke to parents, children, the Rector, Governors and staff members in reaching his conclusions. We are delighted that the School has been recognised in this way, as it provides further evidence of the caring, nurturing environment that the staff have worked hard to develop and of the strong relationships between the School, parents and the community.