We are very proud to have been graded 'outstanding' during our recent SIAMS inspection (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools). We were found to be outstanding in our 'distinctiveness and effectiveness as a Church of England School' and we are delighted.
You can read the full report under 'About Us - Christian Ethos' on this website. Here are the key findings of the inspection:
- "Highly effective inclusion practices based upon the school's Christian ethos, ensuring that every child is supported in achieving to the very best of their ability
- The close team work between staff and governors which contributes directly to each pupil's achievement through sharing knowledge of pupils' capabilities, prior learning and understanding
- Learners' respect for diverse cultures and beliefs due to the school community celebrating Sarum St Martin's ethnic and cultural diversity
- Wise and reflective Christian leadership"
Father Michael, ex-officio Chair of Governors sent home a letter about our SIAMS report, which can be found under 'other letters'.
We were really pleased when an article was published in Salisbury Journal on 2nd April. The following link will take you to an online copy of the article and a photograph on the Salisbury Journal website: