In February 2018, the school enjoyed a very successful OfSTED inspection, which again reinforced the school’s high standing within the local community and the quality of education that the children receive at Rauceby Church of England Primary School; thanks to the ongoing quality of teaching and the support from the whole school community.
'The school has a strong commitment to living out the Christian vision meaning that each child is truly valued as an individual, loved by God, whose full potential is being developed.'
The Church, in particular St Peter's Church in North Rauceby, is at the centre of our school community and we are very proud of how our children live and breathe our Christian Values in everything they do.
Our most recent Church School's Inspection, known as SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools), in March 2019 showed that the school has a strong commitment to living out the Christian vision - meaning that each child is truly valued as an individual loved by God whose full potential is being developed. The inspection report also noted that a culture of lifelong learning for all creates opportunities for deep thinking and questioning across the curriculum, and that collective worship and prayer are central to school life, contributing significantly to the mental health and well-being of all.
Please take a moment to read the full report by clicking on the link below.
We are very proud of our high standards and results at Rauceby Church of England Primary Academy, not just academically but in the children/young adults that leave us at the end of their journey with us.