Leatherhead Trinity was inspected as a Church School under the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools Inspection (SIAMS) process on the 25th January 2016 and was judged as 'Good.' The report was extremely positive. In particular:
- "The high level of pastoral care for all pupils ensures that they are nurtured both academically and emotionally."
- "A particular strength of the school’s aims is the extent to which an explicit Christian ethos makes a difference to the lives of pupils and their families in the school community."
- "…a strong pastoral team that nurtures the pupils’ sense of self-worth and well-being."
- "…the school has made good progress since the last inspection in developing a more Christian ethos which has the welfare of children at its heart."
- "When given challenging questions to explore a deeper meaning of what they are learning in RE, pupils respond with enthusiasm and respect for the views of others."
- "Relationships are strong and pupils say that they have good friends and feel safe in school."
- "Parents say that the focus on respect helps their children to appreciate a range of different faiths and cultures and that the school helps them to make up their own mind about belief."
The inspection process judges the school against:
meeting the needs of all children
the effectiveness of Religious Education
the effectiveness of leadership management as a church school
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