Stainton C of E Primary School
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Please find below our most recent Ofsted report. 

Ofsted Inspection February 2018


"Pupils enjoy coming to school, and their attendance is good."


In KS1 "Teachers make sure that pupils quickly acquire early reading skills and become confident readers."


In mathematics "As a result of skilful teaching, pupils develop a secure understanding of number and are confident and accurate in their written calculations."


"Pupils who have special educational needs (SEN) and/or disabilities receive very carefully planned provision, which precisely matches their needs."


"Governors provide a good balance of support and challenge for leaders. They have an accurate understanding of the school’s strengths and areas for development."


"The school’s website is informative and easy to navigate. It provides a useful source of information for parents."


"You teach pupils to respect people from a range of different backgrounds. Pupils learn about other religions and to value


"Staff teach pupils how to keep themselves safe both online and in the wider community."



Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools Inspection May 2014



SIAMS Inspection May 2014


"All members of the school community understand and clearly articulate the school’s Christian values. These values are evident in daily life."


"The friendly, calm and purposeful working environment means pupils are happy, safe and valued. Pupils talk about the Christian values of trust, understanding, respect and friendship."


"Pupils say teachers do not just talk, they make lessons interesting with lots of exciting activities."


"Parents say they appreciate the way ‘the school develops the whole child’. Achievement and attainment are consistently high as a result of very good teaching in an atmosphere highly conducive to learning."

Relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables