Our Performance and Ofsted/SIAMS

“The government will not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. The last available public data is from the 2018 to 2019 academic year. It is important to note that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.”

You will see from our data that we have significantly increased our outcomes since the 2018 to 2019 data.  Please click on the information below and speak to Mr Baird for further information.

2023 Performance Tables

Click here to link to the School Performance Tables on the DfE website.

Click here to see EYFS, KS1 including phonics and KS2 data from 2022-23 including KS2 Progress Data.



Click on this link to view the most recent Ofsted Report.  www.ofsted.gov.uk/

Our most recent inspection report can be found here.

Our virtual visit in Autumn term 2020 can be found here.

Our Remote Learning Monitoring Visit in Spring term 2021 can be found here.

Our Monitoring Visit in Summer term 2021 can be found here.
Click here to go to Parent View - your views are very important to us and are used by the Inspection as part of the evidence base for making a judgement about the school.

Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school


In our last inspection, as a church school we were inspected by the National Society who made judgements in these 4 areas:

    The Christian character of the school
    The impact of Collective Worship on the school community
    The teaching of Religious Education
    The leadership and management of the school as a church school

The latest inspection took place on 19th January 2016 during which the school was judged to be good in each of the above areas.  The inspector wrote:

The distinctiveness and effectiveness of St Helen's CE Primary School are good

The school is underpinned with Christian values such as trust, hope and forgiveness and coupled with the school's close links with the church these ensure children and their families are nurtured and supported in a caring environment, where children can learn.

School leaders know their community well and are committed to removing any barriers to learning.

As a result, children's attitudes to learning are more positive and enthusiastic.  Most children are now making expected progress and some make better than expected progress with standards close to national averages.

The provision of spiritual spaces in the environment is encouraging the children's spiritual development.

National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools Report for St Helen's CE Primary School January 2016