Congratulations to Belgrave St. Bartholomew’s team for an excellent SIAMS report
20 November 2017
Belgrave St. Bartholomew’s Academy has continued to excel by achieving an Outstanding judgement and maintaining exceptionally high standards in their recent SIAMS inspection.
SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) is a one day inspection which takes place to evaluate the Christian distinctiveness and character of a school and takes place approximately every 5 years.
“We are so proud to say that we have maintained our ‘Outstanding’ status from our recent SIAMS inspection. the inspector was very impressed with the pupils and their understanding of what it means to attend a Church of England school whilst maintaining respect and acceptance of all other faiths. Thank you to the children for being as wonderful as ever, to all of the staff, and to the parents who continue to work with us and support us in our uncompromising efforts to provide the very best education to all of the children.”
Mrs K Deaville, Head of School
Belgrave St. Bartholomew’s Academy SIAMS Report
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