SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) asks: How effective is your school's distinctive Christian vision, established and promoted by leaders at all levels, in enabling pupils and adults to flourish?
‘Our school community is inspired by the parable of the Good Samaritan from the Bible (Luke 10:25-37), where we are encouraged to love one another with courage and compassion. Through friendship, kindness and thoughtfulness, we will nurture each other to learn and flourish as individuals.’
Loving one another. Learning for our future.
SIAMS reflection reference documents
Strand 1: Vision and Leadership
Strand 2: Wisdom, Knowledge and Skills
Our school profile; home learning projects; BIG question assemblies; our link with Christ's Hospital
Strand 3: Character Development: Hope, Aspiration and Courageous Advocacy
Courage to make a change for the better: litter; letter to Cool Milk; letter to Parliament; Eco concert; skip-a-thon (British Heart Foundation); Christingle (Children in Need); Harvest Festival (Embrace Middle East); Go Green for Grenfell; linking with elders in our community: Tales from our Community
Strand 4: Community and Living Well Together
Strand 5: Dignity and Respect
Circle times; pupil voice: British Values in SCWSM; school council; our assemblies; Refugee Week; Black History Month; Parliament Week; RSE
Strand 6: The impact of collective worship
Prayerfulness room; prayer space designs; our SCWSM hymn book
Strand 7: The effectiveness of religious education