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SIAMS Report February 2016

 

It is with great pleasure that I can say that we have been

judged "Outstanding" in relation to our distinctiveness and effectiveness as a

Church School. This is a great result and one that I believe everyone here has

continued to work towards over several years.

 

The full report is available to read and download below. If you would like

a hard copy please come and ask at the office.

 

Many thanks to all pupils, staff, governors and parents who support the school so

fully and have helped to ensure this excellent outcome.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Mrs Jane Rolfe

Headteacher

National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools Report

A Christian School

 

 

We are proud to be a part

of the

Rochester Diocese of Church of England Schools.

 

We believe every child should be valued as a unique child of God. We teach respect for everyone regardless of background, colour, ethnicity or faith. We have strong links with our local parish Church of St. Mary's in Stone.

Children have the right to be withdrawn from Collective Worship if their parents wish. Please see Collective Worship/RE policies or make an appointment to see the Headteacher.

 

 

Our parish Church

Stone, St. Mary the Virgin

 

St. Mary's Church Website

http://www.stmarystone.org/

 

Additional information can be obtained from the following websites

 

 

Leading Lights'

 

 

Leading Lights

Tolu, Jake, Izzy, Amber, Layla, Ervina and Jai

 

Celebrating Collective Worship based on Christian teaching is part of our daily life at school and enhances our spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.

 

The scheme follows Bronze, Silver and Gold Level in the following category:

  • A Sense of Space (thinking about where Collective Worship takes place)
  • A Sense of Community
  • A Sense of Wonder
  • A Sense of Tradition

 

Duties include setting the hall ready for worship, evaluating current worship and will eventually include running aspects of Collective Worship.  In turn, they will begin to train future 'Leading Lights'

 

 

Year R learning about the Eucharist

Year R learning about the Eucharist 1

Messy Church

 

Please come with your children to the Messy Church in our School Hall. This is an opportunity for you to take part in games and craft activities.

Wednesday 27th January

15.15 – 17.30

Messy Church

Wednesday 24th February

15.15 – 17.30

Messy Church

Wednesday 23rd March

15.15 – 17.30

Messy Church

January 2016

Harvest Festival 2015

Harvest Festival 2015 1
Harvest Festival 2015 2
Harvest Festival 2015 3
Harvest Festival 2015 4
Harvest Festival 2015 5

Celebrating the Eucharist

Celebrating the Eucharist 1
Celebrating the Eucharist 2

Easter

Easter 1

Stain Glass Windows

Stain Glass Windows 1
Stain Glass Windows 2
Stain Glass Windows 3
Stain Glass Windows 4
Stain Glass Windows 5
Stain Glass Windows 6
Stain Glass Windows 7
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