Ofsted and SIAMS
Our school was inspected in December 2019. We are a GOOD school! The inspectors found that this is a happy school with a strong climate for learning. Pupils like to try new things, they feel safe and they are enthusiastic about their learning. Staff have high expectations of all pupils, they promote a celebrations of books and reading and they are very proud to work at this school. Leaders of the school are highly committed and dedicated and are clear and confident about the curriculum. Parents say that the school is like one big family. You can read the full report by clicking the link below.
View Ofsted Page
(includes parent view and data dashboard)
"The Christian character of this small school is expressed in strong and nurturing relationships across the school community. Pupils and their families feel valued and part of a caring and happy school. Parents comment on how older children demonstrate kindness in their care of younger pupils."
Please see links below for some key non-statutory information about our school.
Please follow hyperlinks below to find information published on this website in compliance with: What maintained schools must publish online.
- School contact details can be found on our Contact page.
Your school’s website must include the following contact information:
- your school’s name
- your school’s postal address
- your school’s telephone number
- the name of the member of staff who deals with queries from parents and other members of the public
- the name and contact details of your special educational needs (SEN) co-ordinator (SENCO) if you’re a mainstream school
- Ofsted reports can be found via our Ofsted page.
- Exam and assessment results for Key stage 2 (KS2) can be found via a link on our Performance page.
You must publish the percentage of key stage 2 pupils who achieved:
- average progress scores in reading, writing and maths
- an average 'scaled score' in reading and maths
- percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths
- percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths
- Performance tables can be found via a link on our Performance page.
- Curriculum details can be found on our Curriculum page.
You must publish:
- the content of your school curriculum in each academic year for every subject
- the names of any phonics or reading schemes you are using in KS1
- how parents or other members of the public can find out more about the curriculum your school is following
- Behaviour policy details can be viewed or downloaded from our Policies page.
You should publish details of your school's behaviour policy.
The policy must comply with section 89 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006.
- School complaints procedure information can be viewed on our Policies page.
You must publish details of your school's complaints procedure, which must comply with Section 29 of the Education Act 2002.
Read guidance on developing your school's complaints procedure.
You must also publish any arrangements for handling complaints from parents of children with special educational needs (SEN) about the support the school provides.
- Pupil premium information can be viewed or downloaded from our Pupil Premium page.
You must publish a strategy for the school’s use of the pupil premium. You no longer have to publish a ‘pupil premium statement’.
For the current academic year, you must include:
- your school’s pupil premium grant allocation amount
- a summary of the main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at the school
- how you’ll spend the pupil premium to address those barriers and the reasons for that approach
- how you’ll measure the impact of the pupil premium
- the date of the next review of the school’s pupil premium strategy
For the previous academic year, you must include:
- how you spent the pupil premium allocation
- the impact of the expenditure on eligible and other pupils
Pupil premium funding is allocated for each financial year, but the information you publish online should refer to the academic year, as this is how parents understand the school system.
As you won’t know allocations for the end of the academic year (April to July), you should report on the funding up to the end of the financial year and update it when you have all the figures.
The Teaching Schools Council has published templates to support schools in presenting their pupil premium strategies. Use of the templates is voluntary.
- PE and sport premium for primary schools information can be viewed or downloaded from our Sports Grant page.
If your school receives PE and sport premium funding, you must publish:
- how much funding you received
- a full breakdown of how you've spent the funding or will spend the funding
- the effect of the premium on pupils' PE and sport participation and attainment
- how you'll make sure these improvements are sustainable
- Special educational needs (SEN) and disability information can be viewed, printed or downloaded from our SEND page.
You must publish an SEN information report on your school's policy for pupils with SEN and update it annually.
You should update any changes occurring during the year as soon as possible.
The report must comply with:
section 69(2) of the Children and Families Act 2014 which includes:
the arrangements for the admission of disabled pupils
the steps you have taken to prevent disabled pupils from being treated less favourably than other pupils
the facilities you provide to help disabled pupils to access the school
the accessibility plan you have prepared in compliance with paragraph 3 of schedule 10 to the Equality Act 2010.
- regulation 51 and schedule 1 of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014
You can find details of what to include in schedule 1 of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014, and section 6 of the Special educational needs and disability code of practice: 0 to 25 years.
- Equality objectives can be viewed, printed or downloaded from our School Policies page.
Public bodies, including local-authority-maintained schools, are covered by the public sector equality duty in the Equality Act 2010. This means you have to publish:
- details of how your school is complying with the public sector equality duty- you should update this every year
- your school’s equality objectives - you should update this at least once every 4 years
Details of these publishing obligations are set out in Equality Act 2010: advice for schools
- Governance information and duties can be found on our Governors page.
You must publish:
- details of the structure and responsibilities of the governing body and its committees
- information about each governor’s:
- business interests
- financial interests
- governance roles in other schools
- Charging and remissions policies have been combined into a single policy that can be viewed, printed or downloaded from our Policies page.
You must publish your school’s charging and 'remissions' (this means when you cancel fees) policies . The policies must include details of:
- the activities or cases for which your school will charge pupils’ parents
- the circumstances where your school will make an exception on a payment you would normally expect to receive under your charging policy
Read about school charging and remission
- Values and ethos of the school are articulated on our Vision and Values page.
Your website should include a statement of your school’s ethos and values.
Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.
The survey can be completed at any time; you don’t have to wait until the school is being inspected. We will use the information you provide when making decisions about which schools to inspect and when.