SIAS

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AcronymDefinition
SIASStatutory Inspection of Anglican Schools (UK)
SIASSchool of Indigenous Australian Studies (James Cook University; Australia)
SIASSistema Integral de Atención en Salud (Guatemala)
SIASSociety of Inner Asian Studies (Japan)
SIASSay It Ain't So
SIASStandard Intel Architecture Servers
SIASScandinavian Institute of African Studies
SIASSubmarine Integrated Antenna System
SIASSocioeconomic Impact Analysis Study
SIASStudent Information Access System (Illinois State University)
SIASScanner Interface Assembly Signal
SIASSignal Intelligence Analysis System
SIASSecurities and Investment Advisory Solutions (Milton, MA)
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The National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools report says that "Christian values and practice motivate the whole school community".
The SIAS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools) inspectors found the school to be 'Good' in all areas.
In addition the 2012 Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools rated the school as 'outstanding' in all areas including collective worship, effectiveness of religious education and the leadership and management of the school.
Mark's Elm Tree CofE Primary School are celebrating a glowing report from the National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools.
Following the Ofsted report, St Laurence, which is located at Northfield, received a Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools in January and the inspector also graded it as an "outstanding" Church school.
The Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools also found it to be outstanding.
The school's chair of governors, Paul Mitchell, said: "For Whitley Bay High School to achieve outstanding in all 31 categories under this new and rigorous regime truly sets the school apart." Meanwhile, Richard Coates Church of England Middle School in Ponteland, Northumberland, was rated outstanding by both Ofsted and the SIAS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools).
The school, in Ponteland, has been judged to be outstanding - the highest rating possible - by Government inspectors, Ofsted and the SIAS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools).
The school was judged 'outstanding' by both OFSTED and the National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools and has more than doubled its proportion of students achieving 5A*-C with English and maths from 31% in 2009 to 67% in 2011.
In addition, the 2012 Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools rated the school as Outstanding in all areas, including collaborative worship, effectiveness of religious education, and the leadership and management of the school.
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