Congratulations to the Saint Nathaniel’s team for an excellent SIAMS report
9 February 2017
Saint Nathaniel’s SIAMS report
“On behalf of the whole St Bart’s family of schools I wish to pass on our congratulations to the Saint Nathaniel’s team for the excellent SIAMS report. The report fully acknowledges the fantastic work being done by the academy to deliver the best education possible for the children, within the Church of England family. The improvement in the quality of education provided to the children, the love and care shown to all and the support given to families is rightly acknowledged in the report as a key strength. This transformation has come about because of the massive effort and commitment of the whole school community. Well done to everyone.”
Chris Brislen, CEO of The St Bart’s Multi-Academy Trust
“Saint Nathaniel’s Academy would like to share the recent and excellent SIAMS report. As a church school, we are extremely proud to see a report that fully acknowledges the fabulous journey that the school has been on and one that recognises the hard work by the school to deliver the best education possible for all the children. We strongly believe that the huge improvements at Saint Nathaniel’s have been recognised due to the work of the school community working together. We would like to say a huge thank you to our wonderful children, their parents and carers who have been on this incredible journey with us.”
Mr S Thomson, Principal at Saint Nathaniel’s Academy
Pupils from Saint Nathaniel’s Academy perform a selection of songs from the First World War at the Regent Theatres Eleven Eleven; Lest We Forget performance.
The Quad Kids Team from Hungerford Primary Academy has won their heat of the competition for Crewe and Nantwich.
Hungerford Primary Academy in Crewe becomes the sixteenth member of the St. Bart’s Multi-Academy Trust.