Ofsted & SIAMS


Our school was subject to a routine short inspection, led by Mr David Selby, HMI, on 31st January 2017. During this inspection, Mr Selby met with staff, governors, parents and pupils as well as our school adviser. We are very proud that the outcome of the inspection was that our school continues to be ‘GOOD.’

Key statements which were made in the post inspection letter include:

  • This school continues to be good.
  • Leaders have an absolute commitment to valuing the school’s pupils.
  • The school’s Christian ethos recognises and celebrates each pupil’s uniqueness.
  • The school is calm, pleasant and focused on learning.
  • Parents were very complimentary about the school.
  • Pupils know that they are well looked after by staff and say that they feel safe.
  • Classrooms provide a stimulating learning environment.
  • Children thoroughly enjoy what they are doing and learn well.


Our previous Ofsted Inspection was carried out in June 2013, during which we were graded as a ‘GOOD’ school. You can find copies of our full inspection report and the latest short inspection letter at the bottom of the page. You can also  click here   to navigate to the Ofsted website where all inspection reports are archived.



As we are a Church of England (Voluntary Aided) Primary School we receive a SIAMS inspection (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools). Our latest inspection was carried out in March 2015 where we were graded ‘GOOD’ in all areas. Again, we are very proud of our achievements and would like to celebrate this with highlighting the following key comments from the report.

“All children are treated as individuals special to God.”

“Pupils enjoy their learning because it is fun and challenging.”

“Parents and members of the church are particularly encouraged by the deepening church links. They say it brings a welcome dimension to the school which is valued by their children.”

If you would like to read the full SIAMS inspection report, please download this from the PDF link at the bottom of the page.