Inspection Reports and Performance Tables
Lubenham All Saints CE Primary School was last inspected by Ofsted in January 2018 and rated as Good.
"Pupils are encouraged to take on roles of responsibility. This develops their sense of citizenship and prepares them well for the next stage of education and life in modern Britain. Pupils’ behaviour is good. They have positive relationships and know each other well. They are polite, friendly and helpful. The curriculum is stimulating and engaging. It is enriched by experiences to capture the interest of the pupils. This contributes well to pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Disadvantaged pupils and those who have special educational needs (SEN) and/or disabilities are supported well and make good progress."
Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS)
SIAMS inspection focuses on the impact of the Church school's Christian vision on pupils and adults. This involves looking at the school’s Christian vision, the provision the school makes because of this vision and how effective this provision is in enabling all pupils to flourish.
Lubenham All Saints CE Primary School was last inspected by SIAMS in November 2019 and rated as Good.
"Pupils benefit from an exciting and challenging curriculum which is helping them to develop academically and personally. They readily take up leadership opportunities such as play leaders and school councillors and state it is important to ‘step up, don’t be shy, don’t hide away, do your best work, show your talents, keep practising and developing’. There is a strong focus on individuals with robust tracking to ensure that children’s needs are being met. Children and their families are known well, enabling any issues to be identified quickly and action to be taken to resolve them. Staff morale is high with many staff stating that they feel valued and supported in a ‘nurturing environment’...
"Relationships in the school are very strong. Children of all ages play together and parents value the care pupils show one another. Emotional needs are a high priority with strong provision including support for individuals from within school and outside agencies. Gardening, forest school and music are used to contribute to pupil’s wellbeing and spiritual development. Character and moral development are also seen as important and the school has taken part in the ‘Route to Resilience’ scheme and has been awarded the silver anti-bullying award. Children feel safe and state ‘there is no bullying here’. The school’s new award system prepares pupils to become school ambassadors by teaching them explicitly how to apply its Christian values and rewards them for doing so."