Inspection Reports



In September 2017 Ofsted judged us to be a Good school in all categories. Key strengths include:

  • a united community in the drive for improvement
  • leaders' commitment, enthusiasm and skill
  • leaders' relentless focus on improving the quality of teaching 
  • teaching which engages pupils' interest and equips them with key skills
  • the teaching of phonics
  • pupils' behaviour
  • a good start in EYFS and effective transition
  • all children's needs being met well
  • good progress of our current children


For the full report, please click  here.



In addition to OFSTED inspections, as a Church of England school we have a SIAMS (Statutory Inspection  of Anglican and Methodist Schools) inspection.  In April 2016 we were judged to be Good.  Noted strengths include:

  • the clear leadership and vision of the headteacher which has significantly enhanced the Christian distinctiveness of the academy.
  • the growing links with the local church which have strengthened the spiritual development of the pupils.
  • the high quality of the relationships within the academy which underpin all its work.

Key Actions are:

  • highlight the Christian values of the academy more strongly so that pupils are more fully aware of their contribution to the academy’s Christian distinctiveness.
  • involve pupils more in the planning and leading of collective worship in order to develop their spirituality.
  • consider further how religious education (RE) lessons can be planned to ensure pupils are given opportunities to apply their knowledge and skills to their own lives. 


For the full report, please click here.