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Ofsted Report:  10th October 2013

Staff, Pupils, Parents and Governors are delighted with the latest Ofsted report which rated the school GOOD in all areas with some outstanding features also highlighted.

"Teaching is consistently good and some is outstanding."

"The school goes above and beyond that which is expected of them to provide astounding support."

"Teachers are skilled in teaching mixed aged classes and use strong subject knowledge to inspire pupils to make good progress in lessons."

"Pupils enjoy school, feel safe and behave well. They excel in music and sport."

" Leadership of Foundation Stage is strong, giving children a good start to their education."

"Teaching assistants are skilful and provide effective support for disabled children and those with special educational needs to enable them to make good progress."

" The headteacher has created a culture of continuous improvement which is shared by all staff. She provides very effective support and guidance to teachers and challenges them to be the best they can."

" Governors and senior leaders rigorously monitor the quality of teaching and pupils' achievement, which has led to much improvement since the time of the last inspection."

Grasby All Saints OFSTED report October 2013: Download this report

Parent View

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Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools  - July 2017

SIAMs Church School Inspection 2017

The new SIAMs inspection is a rigorous process and with a new framework in place, we are thrilled to announce that the inspector found that we are a good school who is well within grasp of an outstanding judgement in line with our own evaluations. The full report is below.  


A summary of our strengths are —

  • The distinctiveness and effectiveness of Grasby All Saints as a Church of England school are good.
  • The Christian ethos is well established and explicit so that children understand the importance of caring for others and giving their best at all times. Collective worship is given a high priority but children’s involvement in its planning and evaluation has not yet been fully developed.
  • The positive and nurturing Christian environment encourages high quality teaching and learning experiences for all children enabling them to make good progress and achieve outstanding results.
  • The whole school community shares Christian values and its Christian foundation has a major impact on children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development though school development planning relating to Christian distinctiveness is less well developed.


 For further information please click the link below for our Sec 48 Church School inspection report.