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'Seek to do good to one another and to everyone’. Thessalonians 5:15

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SIAMS Report

The Hereford Academy underwent the National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools in March 2023.

We are very pleased that they acknowledged the great work we do.  A few of the highlights from the report include:

  • The Hereford Academy is moving forwards confidently. This is directly attributable to the quality of its leaders, its vision and the efforts of staff and pupils.
  • A deeply caring family is an image frequently used for the ethos of the academy. It is an apt way to describe the impact of its key partners.

  • Pupils are thriving through learning opportunities that encourage aspiration and resilience. Carefully structured lessons give confidence to all pupils.
  • Pupils consolidate their learning through time spent thinking and writing on their own. This is building independence and ownership of learning.
  • Pupils with additional learning needs are given bespoke support in classrooms to enable them to make good progress.
  • The vision and values lead rightly to an emphasis on character development. Leaders give priority to personal, social, health and careers education. This helps pupils to make positive choices about how they live, learn, approach difficult situations and behave.
  • Respect is freely offered and given between pupils and adults.
  • Codes of conduct ensure that the academy is harmonious.
  • Pupils are motivated by the rewards on offer. Points and badges are based on demonstrating the values, which build up character and the community of the academy.
  • There has been pioneering work which supports and values pupils who identify as LGBTQI+.
  • The concept of a deeply caring family also underpins the academy’s approach to pastoral care. Four houses, named after cathedrals, reinforce a sense of belonging. Leaders ensure that wellbeing, of both pupils and adults, is a high priority. This is seen in their formal agendas and in their day to day work.
  • Outstanding support is offered to pupils, especially those who are vulnerable. This is one instance of how the ‘seek good’ of the vision is lived out.
  • Respect for all viewpoints is nurtured.  


Read the full report below.  


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