Archives: Testimonials

SIAMS – Infants School

Deeply Christian, yet inclusive collective worship inspires and enriches the lives of all members of the
school community and builds a sense of mutual respect. At regular celebrations of the Eucharist, people of
many faiths feel able to respond with integrity to the invitation to approach the altar for a blessing.

SIAMS – Junior School

The strong links with the church guide and support worship and religious education (RE) and contribute to
the school’s distinctive Christian character.

SIAMS – Infants School

Highly effective partnerships with the local church and the federated junior school are helping to build a
vibrant community founded on strong Christian values.

SIAMS – Infants School

The school’s highly distinctive Christian vision, founded on inclusivity and doing the best for every child,
inspires and informs decision-making at all levels. As a result, the school is transforming lives and breaking
down barriers to academic success and wellbeing.

SIAMS – Junior School

The commitment and attitude of pupils as ambassadors and their desire to support worship and the daily life of the school is effectively contributing to the Christian character and distinctiveness of St Alphege Junior.

Ofsted – Infants School

The quality of teaching in the federation has improved across the two schools as a result of sharing the expertise and experience of the teachers and support staff.

Ofsted – Infants School

Pupils enjoy attending the schools in the federation and have positive attitudes to learning and a wider sense of community. They are extremely polite and eager to discuss the range of opportunities that they are given to develop their communication, leadership and independence skills.

Ofsted – Infants School

Pupils’ personal development and well-being are outstanding. Their attitude and behaviour are exemplary. Pupils say that they are proud to be members of the school community.

Ofsted – Infants School

Attainment is above average overall and this level has been maintained since the federation began. Pupils’ writing by the end of Year 6 is steadily improving as the focused strategy across the federation increases its impact.

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