This page is dedicated to our reports and inspection findings.
The new Ofsted framework measures the effectiveness of a school under the following headings:
This then leads to a grade for Overall Effectveness.
The link to the report is to out latest report, in 2010. The categories are slightly different, but ultimately have the same aim: Judging the effectiveness of a school.
As a school, our challenge is to rise to the new standards of expectation in order to maintain our outstanding status. The new framework has made the challenge of maintaining our current grade harder, but we are all working towards this.
Our ultimate goal is to provide our children with a rounded and well-balanced education which aims to help them attain their full potential - whether this be academic, artistic, sporting, musical or social. Camm's is a school where we firmly believe that every child can succeed.
The SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) report measures the Christian Character of a school and how it impacts learners, Collective Worship, effectiveness of RE and leadership and management within school. This inspection (also called Section 48) is a very particular inspection and focuses on the Christian aspects of us as a Church School.
Below are two inspection reports (2010 and 2015), both of which grade the school as GOOD, but with outstanding features. Since 2010, the standards and expectations at all grades has increased and in order to achieve good in 2015 (3rd December 2015), we have had to make improvements in many areas in order to keep-pace with the new standards.
Even though we are proud of both reports, we recognise that there is still work to do and we strive to provide the best possible education for the children in our care.