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SIAMS Report

Leatherhead Trinity was inspected as a Church School under the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools Inspection (SIAMS) process on the 16th October 2023.  

The inspection findings indicate that Leatherhead Trinity is living up to its foundation as a Church school.

  • The Christian vision is strongly expressed throughout the work of the school. Leaders demonstrate clear understanding of the ecumenical foundation of the school and how it is underpinned through biblical teaching.
    • The curriculum is designed to support pupils to think for themselves and realise that all things are possible. Founded on effective reading skills, it is delivered by staff who know pupils very well. All flourish as a result.
    • Inspirational partnerships enhance and amplify the wide impact of collective worship. Distinctively Christian, it is inclusive and invitational, allowing space for the spiritual development of every individual.
    • Well-being for children and adults is central to the work of the school. A deep sense of family means that all live well together, watching over one another in love.
    • Effective leadership in religious education (RE) has established a challenging and relevant curriculum which enhances pupils’ learning. This positively impacts on pupils’ understanding of a diverse range of religions and world views, including Christianity.

Our school vision is ‘All things are possible for one who believes’ and we live by this for those of all faiths or none by instilling in everyone a sense of possibility and hope and inspiring children to achieve their dreams.

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