Aims reflect our beliefs and values, and represent our vision and what we want to achieve as a school community. Our aims are translated into priorities to move the school forward and meet the challenges of an ever changing world.
Nurture self-esteem through the celebration of children’s achievements.
Promote Christian values, and foster positive attitudes to all people, races, religions and ways of life.
DYNAMIC & INNOVATIVE
Deliver a dynamic and innovative curriculum that challenges, excites and inspires children to achieve their best.
ACCOUNTABLE AT ALL LEVELS
Promote collective responsibility for raised standards and improved pupil outcomes by ensuring that everyone understands their role in contributing to the success of the school.
Create an inclusive learning culture where children and others within the school community are challenged in their thinking, strive for continuous improvement and are committed to life-long learning.
Help children develop an understanding of citizenship and empower them to make valuable contributions locally and globally. Engage with the school and wider community to enrich and enhance children’s achievement and personal development.
Set high expectations to enable pupils to become effective, enthusiastic, independent learners.
CARING AND SUPPORTIVE
Create a happy, caring and supportive environment based on a spirit of co-operation between the school, the Church and the local community. Ensure the safety of every child and promote opportunities to adopt a healthy and active lifestyle.
Treat children and others fairly, equitably, and with dignity and respect, to maintain an inclusive school culture.
WELL ORGANISED AND SYSTEMATIC
Embed consistently applied policies and practices that ensure the effective day-to-day running of the school and support strategic leadership and management.