Ofsted inspectors found
Pupils make good progress from their starting points,
Standards at the end of all key stages have improved and are above average in reading, writing and mathematics by the end of Year 6.
Teachers expect the best from pupils .
Pupils swiftly learn to identify letters and the sounds they represent (phonics) because the teaching of this subject is particularly well organised.
Adults apply the school’s behaviour policy consistently so that pupils know what is expected of them. There is very rarely any disruption to learning in any lessons and pupils behave sensibly in and around the school.
Pupils feel safe in school and know that they are always treated fairly. Relationships are excellent and pupils know that any concerns will always be taken seriously.
School leadership is strong, including that of the governing body.
Teaching is good and an increasing proportion is outstanding.
Pupils who are at risk of falling behind in their learning are swiftly identified and supportive action is taken.
SIAMS is short for Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools.