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Latest News! Inspection recognises Trust impact

The school community at Trinity All Saints Church of England Primary School is celebrating after their recent SIAMS inspection found that the school really is a welcoming and supportive community, with inspectors recognising the positive impact of membership of the Collaborative Learning Trust. 

The school joined the Trust on 1 July 2023, which inspectors found “has enhanced the school’s distinctive Christian character. The CLT provides an appropriate balance of support, guidance and challenge to school leaders. This is provided through the lens of the school’s Christian vision. In the spirit of collaboration, pupils, staff and leaders across the CLT are given opportunities to network and learn together.”

SIAMS is the statutory inspection by the Church of England and they found that the school really is living up to their Christian vision, ‘Growing Together into the very best versions of ourselves’, underpinned by the Parable of the Mustard Seed.

Inspectors found that ""Everyone is welcomed and accepted for who they are at this loving Church school. Respect, forgiveness and compassion are lived out daily. Regardless of need, background or ability every pupil is supported and challenged to unlock their potential.”

“Without exception, all staff share an uncompromising ambition for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged to thrive. An enquiry-based approach results in teaching that is challenging, creative and interactive that encourages children of all ages to express their own moral and philosophical ideas."

"The curriculum is enhanced by a wealth of first-hand experiences and extracurricular activities. Compassionate leaders create a culture that nurtures the well-being and good mental health of all.”

Headteacher Catherine Taylor said “We were delighted by the report - of course, every member of our school community contributes to our success and we would like to thank pupils, parents and carers, staff and governors for everything they do on a daily basis.”

CEO of the Collaborative Learning Trust, Janet Sheriff said “Trinity All Saints has always been a good school and it has been fantastic to work with them on this journey so far. Our Trust believes that strong collaboration between our schools, the Trust and, for Church schools, the Diocese, really does bring benefits and this glowing report is testament to the hard work of everyone involved in Trinity All Saints.”