Inspection Reports

Ofsted Inspection

Our school was last inspected by Ofsted in March 2016. We were delighted that the overall inspection judgment was that St. Anne's is a good school.
The inspection team commented that:
• Pupils’ impeccable behaviour and joyful attitudes to learning make them excellent ambassadors for the school. They appreciate all that is done for them and are very proud to be pupils at St Anne’s.
• Teachers effectively plan for pupils’ successful achievement, regardless of pupils’ abilities or backgrounds. They adapt swiftly to pupils’ needs and ensure the right balance of support and challenge.
• The headteacher and senior leaders are knowledgeable, skilled, determined and committed to providing the best possible education and care for every pupil. They have improved the quality of teaching and quickly raised standards but remain clear about future priorities and how they will be achieved.
• Children in the Reception classes are taught in a caring, stimulating, purposeful environment. As a result, they are happy and make good progress.

The full report can be read below:

Parent View

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Parent View

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Religious Education Inspection (SIAMS)

Our last SIAMS Inspection was in July 2017 and we are delighted to say that the distinctiveness and effectiveness of St Anne’s CE Primary School as a Church of England school are outstanding.
The Diocesan Inspector noted:
•    A powerful sense of teamwork amongst the staff ensures that the needs of all pupils are met and encourages them always to do their best.
•    Pupils across the school engage in a range of high quality spiritual experiences that develop their personal spirituality.
•    The behaviour of pupils is of the highest standard and can be directly attributed to the school’s Christian character and the School Values Code.
•    Collective worship is inspirational and inclusive, challenging pupils to reflect on their personal values and beliefs.
•    All pupils are able to articulate the Christian values that underpin the work of the school with the very youngest giving impressive explanations of their biblical links.

The full report can be read below:

 

 

You can now share your views on our school via Ofsted's Parent View website. By sharing your views, Ofsted hopes you'll be helping the school to improve. You will also be able to see what other parents have said about us.