Reports and Results
End of year results Summer Term 2017
In 2015-16 there were significant changes to the end of year key stage assessments. We are very pleased with our results across the school and believe they reflect our commitment to raising standards and ensuring all children achieve their potential and the hard work of staff and pupils. We have seen significant improvements in standards over the past three years and are above Bristol and National in all key areas. A comprehensive overview of our school data is included in the documents below for your information.
Follow the link below for National statistical data for our school which demonstrates all the areas where we are performing well above national expectations.
Our Key Stage 2 results 2016 put us in the top 3% of schools in England for progress in Reading, Writing and Maths. In 2017 we were in the top 2%!
SIAMS Report November 2017
‘The school’s rich curriculum strongly promotes its vision as well as spiritual, moral, social and cultural development very effectively’
‘Outstanding relationships promoted by the school’s Christian values such as forgiveness and friendship have a strong impact on children’s personal development and well-being.’
‘The use of whole class WoW Spirituality Books clearly demonstrates children’s ability to articulate their thoughts in depth from the use of Big Questions linked to the schools Christian values’
'The partnership between the school and the church community is exceptionally close and contributes significantly to the school’s distinctive Christian character.’
‘The inspirational leadership of the head teacher and assistant head teacher is driving the continuous improvement of the school’s distinctiveness Christian character thereby raising its impact.’
School SIAMS inspection 2017
As a Church of England school we are inspected by the dioceses using the National Society's framework for the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) under Section 48 of the Education Act 2005. SIAMS inspection focuses on the effect that the Christian ethos of the church school has on the children and young people who attend it.
Please click on the icon below to view Stoke Bishop C of E Primary School OUTSTANDING SIAMS Report (2017).
Highlights from the letter received from the Ofsted Inspector, June 2016.
This school continues to be good.
As head teacher, you provide strong and purposeful leadership, together with a clear vision and determination that every child deserves the very best education.
The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection.
Pupils are making stronger progress and leave the school well prepared for the next stage of their education
Teachers making sure that pupils know what they need to do in order to improve their work.
Pupils describe how the guidance provided by teachers helps them, and they recognise the positive impact it is having on their learning and progress.
You and your staff have also developed a curriculum that motivates and excites pupils. As a consequence, pupils enjoy their learning, are eagerly engaged and achieve well.
Safeguarding is effective.
You, your staff and governors are committed to keeping pupils safe. A robust culture of safeguarding is embedded throughout the school. Systems are rigorously implemented and systematically monitored by leaders and governors.
Click on the icon below for our most recent short inspection:
Ofsted Report (2016)
You will notice that our last inspection was only for one day, which we received a letter form Ofsted confirming our school's outcomes and judgements.
Please click on the icon below to view Stoke Bishop C of E Primary School's
Ofsted Report (2012)