Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools
The ‘Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools’ follows a timetable which is independent of Ofsted and based on a five-year cycle. The principal objective of the inspection is to address the 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?’
We have adopted our own Bible story; The Wall of Jericho and this sits alongside our Vision Statement which you can view here.
We have links with the following:
- The church community; with weekly visits from local vicars and ministers to lead collective worship and our Year 6 class visits Slough Baptist Church at Easter and Christmas.
- St Thomas' Church, Colnbrook;
- The Children and Families Worker visits weekly to meet with some of our Year 5 and 6 children for voluntary sessions on 'Exploring Christianity.'
- He leads a 'Prayer Space' in school three times a year, where classes visit for twenty minute sessions on varying topics.
- The Vicar and Family Worker are members of the school's Vision and Values Committee.
- The elderly people in our community who are invited to the school annually for morning coffee.
- The local Parish Council, where we are involved in such projects as community litter picking and they supply our end of term awards.
- The Colnbrook Residents' Association.
We regularly upload information to our Pupil Wellbeing tab which you can view on our drop-down menu.
Our RE and Collective Worship policies can be viewed on our 'Policies' page.
To view our latest SIAMS Inspection report please click here.