What SIAMS says

National Church of England Academy (Outstanding – September 2015)
 
“Christian vision and values are deeply embedded in the daily life of the academy and have a positive impact on behaviours, attitudes and achievements.”
 
“The commitment to the Christian notion of achieving ‘life in all its fullness’ is exemplified in the school’s drive to ensure the best possible provision and outcomes for all individuals, staff and students alike.”
 
“The strong, positive presence of the chaplaincy team brings an overt, explicit and accessible Christian presence into the academy which is built into the support strategies as well as the governance and worship life of the community.”
 
“The trend of improving achievement and examination successes is the result of careful attention to detail and appropriate support in relation to the progress of each student.”
 
“The curriculum in general and particularly in RE, personal development and elements of sixth form studies engages students with religious and cultural diversity and ethical considerations.”
 
“Students and staff acknowledge that the strong focus on the school’s Christian values has a very positive impact on behaviour and relationships, making the school ‘a pleasant place’.”
 
Queen Elizabeth’s Academy 
 
Since the academy was re-brokered from their previous sponsor Delta Academies Trust (formerly SPTA) in September 2016, there has been no full SIAMS inspection undertaken.