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Lessons Well Learned at Milton

by Michael Ford last modified 25 Sep, 2015 09:22 AM

Milton on Stour has been graded outstanding across the board in their July 2015 SIAMS inspection.

The Inspector noted, “The school has addressed the actions from the previous inspection very thoroughly,” and that the high marks were due to:

“The outstanding leadership of the headteacher and deputy who model strongly the Christian values of the school.

“The work of the Foundation Governors who provide excellent challenge and support to the school.

“The teaching in Religious Education (RE) which develops pupils’ knowledge and understanding and ideas about the significance and impact of religion.

“Links with Diocesan Board are strong and there is much collaborative working with other schools.

“Milton on Stour CE VA Primary School is a smaller than average sized primary school. It takes children from Gillingham and Milton on Stour. It has increased in size over the past few years. It has 140 pupils aged between 4 and 11. The vast majority of children are of white British heritage. The proportion of children with special educational needs and or physical disabilities is slightly below the national averages. The proportion of disadvantaged pupils eligible for the additional funding known as the pupil premium is well below average. A new headteacher was appointed in April 2011.”

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