Inspection Reports

St. Peter’s Church of England Primary School is a ‘Good’ school.

As a Church school we are regularly inspected by both Ofsted and SIAMs (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools).  Highlights from both our most recent inspections are included below as well as links to the full reports.



Last Inspected: 18th December 2018

Outcome: This school continues to be good.  


  • School leaders work together well so that pupils achieve high standards.
  • Attainment is above the national average in the early years, in the phonics
    screening check, at the end of key stage 1 and at the end of key stage 2.
  • Pupils behave well. They have positive attitudes to their learning and play well
  • together at break times.
  • Parents are very positive about the school. Many said their children ‘love school’.
  • The school currently has the highest attendance rate in the county.
  • Parents appreciate the good communication and the good progress their children make.
  • Leaders have developed a curriculum that interests pupils and engages them well in their learning.
  • The teaching of reading has a high priority and pupils are taught effectively


Interested parties can access the school’s latest and previous Ofsted report in full through this link:



Last Inspected: 2nd July 2015

Outcome: The distinctiveness and effectiveness of St. Peter’s Voluntary Controlled Church of England as a Church of England school are good.


  • The distinctive Christian school vision, based on Christian values, is effectively fostered through the Christian leadership of the head teacher.
  • The school offers exemplary pastoral care based on Christian values.
  • The ‘nurture room’ is effective in overcoming barriers to learning and enables pupils to succeed.
  • There are positive, harmonious and inclusive relationships in the school, that foster a strong sense of community cohesion and a sense of belonging within this Christian Church school.


Interested parties can download the school’s latest SIAMs report in full here: