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6 Apples : 6 Christian Values




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Ofsted 2019

The school was visited by Ofsted on 5 and 6 February 2019.  Please use the links below to download a copy of the report and a letter to parents from the Executive Headteacher.


Download the letter to parents

Download the latest Ofsted Inspection 


The Ofsted letter can also be accessed from Ofsted's own website - the link is at the bottom of this page.


SIAMS Inspection November 2017

We are thrilled that we have been awarded a ‘GOOD’ grading by our recent church inspection.  The lead inspector indicated that the ethos reflects the Christian values of the school, helping to support and develop children’s learning. The report states that “pupils make good progress in lessons and develop well in such an encouraging environment”. 


The Inspector further reported that a clear vision for the school is evident based on the School’s values “so that pupils are happy, make good progress and behave exceptionally well”.  It was also noted that the leadership and management of the school is good and that “standards of achievement are at least as high as expected, and behaviour and relationships are excellent”.


To read the full report please click here


Ofsted 2018

The school was visited by Ofsted just before the Easter holiday 2018. Please click here for the Inspector's letter to the school.

 The Ofsted letter can also be accessed from Ofsted's own website - the link is at the bottom of this page.


Ofsted 2013 …..

  • This is a good school
  • From their individual starting points, pupils achieve well and make good progress. By the time they leave Year 6, they reach standards that are generally above average in reading, writing and mathematics.
  • Teaching is good. Teachers expect pupils to do well and plan imaginative activities that interest pupils well and, therefore, pupils are extremely motivated.
  • Pupils understand how to keep themselves safe and act responsibly around school. They are confident that they are safe in school and that the adults take good care of them.
  • Pupils thoroughly enjoy their school experiences in the happy and welcoming environment. They take great pride in their work and their enthusiasm to work hard is reflected in their above average attendance.
  • Pupils behave very well and show great care and tolerance towards one another. Their good behaviour is effectively supported by their good spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
  • The headteacher’s ambitious and very clear view of how successful the school can be is shared by staff and the governing body. As a result, the school is successful in its drive to constantly improve. Decisive and concerted action has been taken to improve the quality of teaching.
  • Governors provide a good balance of support and challenge for the school.
  • The school benefits from working with external partnerships. These have made an important contribution to staff’s continuing professional development.

To read the full report please click here

Click here to access the OFSTED website