We are very proud of our recent SIAMS inspection result. We were happy with the result of OUTSTANDING in two areas and GOOD in two areas. Take a look at the report below.
School leaders ensure there is a range of stimulating Daily Acts of Collective Worship planned and delivered by many different adults and children. For example visiting Ministers and members of different Christian traditions.
Staff, Governors and Clergy are actively involved in delivering acts of collective worship.
Weekly themes for Collective Worship are based on those suggested by the Diocese of Ely Anglican website, and are followed by all staff leading Acts of Collective Worship.
Children are eager to participate in Acts of Collective Worship, and listen attentively, responding thoughtfully and positively. They regularly contribute relevant and appropriate prayers to Collective Worship.
A pupil,Collective Worship group plan, monitor and deliver Collective Worship to the school and are involved in the overall effectiveness of Collective Worship.
Mr Laughton, our Chair of Governors, likes to come in and do assemblies for us. Here he is with Key Stage 1 doing a very engaging assembly!
We love it when GenR8 come to do our assemblies for us - this one was all about Lent and Forgiveness!