SIAMS (The Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools)
The current SIAMS Framework (2018) is clearly linked to the Church of England’s vision for education in terms of the overarching question and the strands that feed into the judgement. The focus, however, is on the school’s individual Christian vision, its context, its theological basis and how it impacts every aspect of school life.
In considering our vision and its impact on provision, we considered the following questions:
1. Who we are as a school?
2. Why we are here?
3. How then do we live?
The distinctiveness and effectiveness of Lower Peover Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School as a Church of England school are outstanding
Lower Peover is a school which is firmly rooted in the Christian faith. It is a place where children grow not only academically, but spiritually, socially, morally and with a developing understanding of other cultures. It is a place where all children can achieve, whatever their level of ability because of the care and support given by staff, parents and the community at large. Children’s good relationships with one another and outstanding behaviour contribute to well-rounded citizens emerging from this school.