South Wilford Primary celebrates being an Outstanding Church of England School

Over 400 children, staff and governors celebrated their school’s recent Outstanding SIAMS Inspection with a Mad Hatters Tea Party!

School Leaders were delighted with the report in which Inspector, Tony Walker commented that ‘behaviour is very good and there is an atmosphere of mutual support created in which pupils thrive’.

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He also reported that ‘pupils are valued as individuals and appreciate that they are not forced to believe things but encouraged to ask questions and discover for themselves.

The end-of-term event was seen as a very fitting way to reflect on the successes and achievements seen in this distinctively Christian primary school and it also provided a wonderful opportunity to mark the service to the school of those members of staff who will be leaving to embark upon new opportunities and challenges.

The finale involved children across all year groups performing in an outdoor variety show that included lots of songs and dance and of course, mad hats galore!