SIAMS is the statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools. Inspectors will grade the school on the following question:
How effective is the school’s distinctive Christian vision, established and promoted by leadership at all levels, in enabling pupils and adults to flourish?
This question is explored through the following seven strands:
Strand 1: Vision and Leadership
Strand 2: Wisdom, Knowledge and Skills
Strand 3: Character Development: Hope, Aspiration and Courageous Advocacy
Strand 4: Community and Living Well Together
Strand 5: Dignity and Respect
Strand 6: The impact of collective worship
Strand 7: The effectiveness of religious education
Report by The National Society
We are Vibrant
Leaders and govenors have an accurate view of the school's performance. They have led the school's continued improvement effectively...
The quality of teaching is good. Teachers make learning interesting and ensure that pupils of all abilities sustain good progress...
The curriculum ensures that pupils receive broad and balanced coverage of skills and knowledge across a wide range of subjects...
Our school values help us...
to make friendships,
to respect everyone and everything,
to grow in wisdom, to practise determination,
to show humility and to be at peace.
"At St John’s we want everyone to grow and flourish. Our small school is a nurturing community where we can develop our gifts and broaden our horizons. We seek to do all this within the knowledge and love of God, where the values of His Kingdom guide and inspire us." - Ephesians 3.16 - 18