St Luke's C of E Primary School

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Ofsted, SIAMS and DfE Links

 

 On 10th & 11th February 2016, St. Luke’s School was graded GOOD by Ofsted.   We are extremely pleased to be able to share the final Ofsted Report with you. 

 

Overall effectiveness - Good

Effectiveness of leadership and management - Outstanding

Quality of teaching, learning and assessment - Good

Personal development, behaviour and welfare - Outstanding

Outcomes for pupils Good Early years provision - Good 

I would like to thank all of the parents for their support over the last three years. We are very proud of our school, its achievements and our learners. All staff at St Luke’s have worked so hard to improve outcomes for our learners.

We are thrilled with the report and now look forward to build upon our successes to be even better in the future! The Federation of Christ Church Streatham and St. Luke’s Primary Schools has continued to flourish with dedicated staff and governors committed to the partnership.

The senior leaders and governors in both schools have worked together to ensure high standards of attainment and achievement for all of our learners. Ofsted commented that St Luke’s ‘is a school to be proud of’ and ‘behaviour is outstanding’. – Ofsted 2016.

We hope that you will enjoy reading the lovely comments that were made and to share them with your friends and family in our local community.

Click here to view the report Ofsted Report February 2016 and the Letter to parents

 

 SIAMS Inspection

On 27th February 2017 we received a visit form an inspector. She looked at the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist School's inspection framework and grade descriptors.

The inspector, Imogen Woods, spent the whole day speaking to the school's leaders, staff, parents, learners, the RE Subject Leader and governors. Evidence was gathered from Collective Worship, a Learning Walk, pupil and parent voice, interviews with governors, support staff, teachers and the RE Subject Leader. 

She focused on:

  • the distinctiveness and effectiveness of St. Luke's as a Church of England school 
  • the school, through its distinctive Christian character, meeting the needs of all learners 
  • the impact of Collective Worship on the school community 
  • the effectiveness of the leadership and management of the school as a church school

All areas were judged to be 'outstanding'.

We are all very thankful that the work we do for our learners and our  St Luke's family is outstanding and are blessed that we have such a hardworking and passionate team that inspire children to achieve very high results whilst bringing joy to the lives of others. 

Although judged to be 'outstanding' there is always more to do! We are all on a journey and will now support others in our church school community to provide high challenge, strong support and deep partnership through ambitious collaboration. 

Click here to view the report SIAMS Report 2017

 

 

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