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The Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) is the Church of England and Methodist Church’s outworking of the requirements of section 48 of the Education Act 2005. It is a key element of the life of all Church of England and Methodist schools in England.

SIAMS explores ways in which each school’s theologically rooted Christian vision drives its work and enables the school to live up to its foundation as a Church school. It does so by seeking to answer six or (in the case of Voluntary Aided schools) seven Inspection Questions (IQs).

Immanuel College Inspection - 4 December 2023 - 5 December 2023.

The inspection findings indicate that Immanuel College is living up to its foundation as a Church school and listed the strengths below within its report:

  • Lives are transformed as a result of the deeply-embedded, well-understood, biblically-based vision. It permeates all aspects of school life and is effectively supported by core values. The positive relationships in place, at all levels, are key to students and adults flourishing.

  • All are valued at Immanuel College. Carefully planned support and provision for students deemed to be vulnerable provides a nurturing, inclusive learning environment ensuring that all have the opportunity to flourish. Staff break down barriers to learning, ensuring all have the chance to succeed.

  • Ambitious and purposeful curricular and extracurricular opportunities broaden students’ awareness of the diverse global society in which they live. This transforms students’ understanding of advocacy and empowers many to be courageous agents for change.

  • Collective worship has a profound and transformational impact on students and adults spiritual flourishing. Student leadership of worship is powerful. Students and staff treasure opportunities for reflection that are part of school life and are ready to share these in their wider community.

  • Consistently high-quality religious education (RE) through an empowering and inspirational curriculum, crafted to community context, ensures passionately engaged learners. A rich culture of profound reflection, deliberate curiosity and all encompassing acceptance is foundational to RE at Immanuel College.

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