Three top marks for Littleham Primary School in Exmouth!

PUBLISHED: 16:30 23 May 2016

Celebrations at Littleham Primary School following their Church inspection report. Pictured with some of the children and headteacher Duncan Nelmes are rev Benedict Cambridge with Children, Youth and Families worker Nigel Candelent. Ref exe 20-16SH 4728. Picture: Simon Horn.

Celebrations at Littleham Primary School following their Church inspection report. Pictured with some of the children and headteacher Duncan Nelmes are rev Benedict Cambridge with Children, Youth and Families worker Nigel Candelent. Ref exe 20-16SH 4728. Picture: Simon Horn.

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An Exmouth school is celebrating after receiving outstanding in all three areas of its annual church inspection.

All Church of England dioceses and the Methodist Church use the National Society’s framework for the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS).

Littleham Primary School executive headteacher Duncan Nelmes said: “We’re delighted to share the outcome of our recent SIAMS inspection, where the distinctiveness and effectiveness of Littleham C of E VC Primary School as a Church of England school was judged to be oustanding.

“We are happy that the inspector, Mrs Patricia Morris, confirmed our own judgements and recognised real strengths in our school.”

The report praised the school in a number of areas.

Inspector Patricia Morris wrote: “Christian values are deeply embedded in the life of the school and are reflected in the children’s excellent attitudes to learning and behaviour.

“The quality of relationships and pastoral care ensures a nurturing and caring Christian environment for every child.

“The dedication and commitment of the executive headteacher, assisted by the senior mangement team and governors, ensure the continual development of the Christian character of the school.”

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