We're very proud of our recent SIAMS Inspection Report - the key findings are reported below. Please follow the link for the full report.
The Christian vision, with its intrinsic values, forms a framework for hope and aspiration. This enables Pendock school to be a nurturing, caring and inclusive place for all.
The vision, enacted by staff at all levels, is inspired by the headteacher who models leading and learning in love. This empowers everyone to feel hopeful about the future.
Inclusion and the well-being of pupils are at the heart of the school’s work. Consequently, the school is characterised by supportive relationships.
Through collective worship and the school’s partnership work with local church leaders, spiritual development is deepening. However, there are insufficient opportunities for pupils and adults to practise reflection.
Purposeful provision in Religious Education (RE) helps pupils to reflect on their own religious and philosophical convictions. Assessment processes are less well developed, as is pupils’ understanding of the range of major world religions.