There is no right or wrong way to learn, and what works for some children won’t necessarily work for others. At our school we have an envious staff to pupil ratio allowing us to treat every child as a true individual, adapting our teaching methods to meet their needs. Our modern society place great emphasis on targets and grades, which is sadly un-achievable for some children, however we believe every child is unique and all possess their own talents. Some will grow up to be Doctors, and Engineers, whilst others will become great Chefs. All very different but equally as important, as without one our modern society would cease to exist. We believe by focusing on the positives and nurturing our children they will discover their own talents, and with our support they will have the confidence to say ‘I CAN do that’.

Click to view our latest ofsted reports:

Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills: They inspect all services providing education and skills for learners of all ages. Ofsted’s role is to make sure that our school is providing appropriate, safe, and meaningful education of the highest standard for our children, this is done through; Inspecting, Regulating, and Reporting.

“The Methodist approach to education has always been about the development of the whole person – not just reading, writing and arithmetic. We believe that all human beings are made in the image of God and our schools have a strong commitment to creating an ethos in which every person is valued. They seek to fully address children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural needs.


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Please note, due to being a small school, some of our results are not listed on the government performance tables.

If you’d like to see more information about the academic progress of our pupils, the additional activities we’ve previously provided and how we have used our sports and pupil premium funding please click links below:

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