School Diary Reminders
Salway Ash Slide Show
Introduction from Mrs Crew
Following our recent OFSTED inspection the report is now available. We are pleased to be able to tell you that we have received a very positive report with an overall judgement that Salway Ash is a ‘Good’ school. If you wish to read the whole report please refer to the reports section under ‘documents and policies’ on this site.
Salway Ash school has been awarded a gold School Games Kitemark!
The award is open to all schools, and can be gained at bronze, gold or silver levels. We are the only local school to have achieved a gold award. We had to prove an outstanding level of pupil sporting participation and achievement to gain the award including a good range of sports and PE on offer in and out of school time in which the majority participate.
“The school, through its distinctive Christian character, is outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners”- SIAS Report
We are very proud of the outcome of our recent SIAS report. Please take time to read the report which you will find on the Documents and Policies Page.
The SIAS inspection is a diosece evaluation of all things spiritual and moral within our school and how we live out the christian ethos on which Salway Ash School stands.
New Mission Statement
Over the past few weeks the school has held meetings to include staff, governors and parents in the process of formulating a new school Mission Statement which really captures the ethos of Salway Ash.
Our new Mission Statement will be:
Let our Light Shine – As we achieve together!
Our aim at Salway Ash School is to:-
provide a supportive environment where children, staff, parents, governors and the local community all work together to attain high standards, achieving academic, creative, spiritual, social and emotional fulfilment.
provide a secure, caring Christian ethos that enables us to grow together, learn together and inspire each other.