School aims

To provide high quality teaching – within a supportive and stimulating learning environment, which enables children to develop positive views of themselves as enthusiastic lifelong learners.

To inspire children to become independent thinkers and learners – by providing opportunities to participate in a wide range of exciting and where appropriate, practical learning experiences.

To ensure equality – of entitlement and access to a curriculum which is broad, balanced, relevant and enjoyable and which meets the requirements of the Early Learning Goals, the National Curriculum, Religious Education and statutory assessment procedures.

To set high standards – for personal behaviour, responsibility and self-discipline, with consideration, courtesy and respect for other people of all ages, races and cultures.

To promote personal, social, moral and spiritual education – within the broad framework of the Christian Foundation of the school.

To foster genuine partnerships – among pupils, staff, parents, governors, the church and the wider community and provide opportunities for the school community to share and celebrate its success and achievements.

To value – all school members and seek to maximise their success in terms of personal and collective achievement, attainment and moral, social and spiritual development.

To encourage – parents to be actively involved in their children’s education through the positive partnership promoted in the Home School Agreement/links.

To promote equality – of opportunity, regardless of age, sex, race, culture, language, religion or special needs and to help all members of the school community achieve their full potential.

To help – pupils develop into meaningful and contributing members of today’s technological and multi-cultural society, and to provide a strong and supportive pastoral system which is responsive to the social, personal and learning needs of the pupil.