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School Mission Statement

Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Curriculum Statement:

At Scunthorpe Church of England school we recognise that the personal development of children - spiritually, morally, socially and culturally (SMSC) - plays a significant role in their ability to learn, achieve and be happy individuals. We value that SMSC development is a part of our ethos and culture and it lies at the very heart of our effectiveness.

We therefore aim to provide an education that provides children with opportunities to explore and develop:

their own values and beliefs;

their own spiritual awareness;

their own high standards of personal behaviour;

their critical thinking skills

a positive, caring and respectful  attitude towards other people;

an understanding of their social and cultural traditions; and

an appreciation of the diversity and richness of their cultures.

Section 48 Church Ofsted Inspection

I am delighted to be able to share with you all the results of our recent Section 48 Ofsted (SIAMS) Inspection. As a Church of England School we have two Ofsted Inspections, this one looks at three main areas of what we do as a church school –

  • Our distinctive Christian character.
  • The impact of collective worship
  • Leadership and management of the school as a church school.

I am very pleased to say that the school was judged to be good in all areas, therefore giving us an overall judgement of good.

As always Ofsted has suggested areas to improve and we have already begun our work on these suggestions.

This is cause for celebration and I would like to thank the whole school community for the work that you do with us to make this school such a special place, a place where children can thrive and shine.

Jennie Fullwood



Weekly Attendance



Our Target


Help us improve this next week

Our class with the best attendance this week is....

Year 3 with 97.3%


Anti Bullying Week 2017

Ten minutes a day could change everything...

Our year five reading buddies are hard at work supporting younger children in the school to improve their reading. 

This week our Foundation parents joined us for an interactive reading breakfast. 

Alex Duffy from Viking FM's breakfast show visits school.

On Tuesday 28th November Alex Duffy from Viking FM visited our school as part of the breakfast shows 20 schools in 20 days tour. Alex met with a group of children from Year 2 and 3 who shared with him their best jokes.

Tune into Viking FM on Tuesday 5th December from 8am


Our local MP visited school this week.

Nick Dakin, our local MP, presented the winners of his  Christmas card competition with their prizes. 

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