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School ‘Motto’

We listen, we learn, we achieve, and together we succeed.

Aims of the School

•    To provide a safe, nurturing and welcoming environment where each child is valued as an individual;
•    To encourage and support each individual child to grow in confidence and to reach their potential;
•    To ensure that every child is included in our activities;
•    To provide a broad, inspiring and challenging curriculum;
•    To provide an enriching programme of extracurricular activities and visits;
•    To provide a stimulating learning environment for all of our children;
•    To provide a rich, varied and up to date range of learning resources;
•    To inspire children through innovative teaching and to encourage all of our children to have an investigative approach to learning;
•    To nurture an ethos of support, challenge and encouragement to succeed;
•    To foster learning partnerships between school, home and the community;
•    To provide a high quality programme of professional development and training for all staff;
•    To promote the Christian ethos and values of our school.


Aims for the School Community

Teaching and non-teaching staff, parents, pupils and governors work towards the school's aims by:

  • recognising and nurturing all children as individuals and respecting their rights, values and beliefs;
  • fostering and promoting good relationships and a sense of belonging to the school community
  • promoting the school’s expectations of behaviour and respect;
  • offering equal opportunities in all aspects of school life and recognising the importance of different cultures;
  • encouraging, praising and positively reinforcing good relationships, behaviours and work;
  • working as a team, supporting and encouraging one another;
  • supporting the Christian values and ethos of the school.


Aims for children

Pupils work toward the school's aims by:


  • having a positive and enthusiastic attitude towards learning;
  • coming to school each day, ready to learn;
  • being organised – bringing necessary kit, taking letters home promptly, returning reading books regularly  and handing in good quality homework in on time;
  • being helpful;
  • being polite;
  • being respectful to all;
  • being kind and considerate to others;
  • behaving appropriately and keeping themselves safe;
  • taking growing responsibility for their own learning;
  • learning about the Christian values and ethos of our school with an open mind.
  • coming to school each day, smartly dressed in full school uniform, ready to learn

Aims for Teachers

Teachers work towards the school's aims by:
•    nurturing all children as individuals;
•    providing challenging and stimulating teaching designed to enable all children to reach the highest standards of personal achievement;
•    recognising and being constantly aware of the needs of each individual child according to ability and aptitude;
•    ensuring that learning is progressive and continuous;
•    being good role models – punctual, well-prepared and organised;
•    maintaining an up-to-date knowledge of the National Curriculum and other initiatives;
•    having a positive attitude to change and the development of their own expertise;
•    establishing links with the local community to prepare pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life;
•    working collaboratively with a shared philosophy and commonality of practice;
•    promoting the Christian values and ethos of our school.

Aims for Parents

Parents work toward the school's aims by:
•    working in partnership with school staff;
•    ensuring that children attend school in good health, regularly and punctually
•    ensuring that children are appropriately equipped for the school day;
•    providing support for the discipline within the school and for the teacher's role;
•    being realistic about their children's abilities and offering encouragement and praise;
•    participating in discussions concerning their child's progress and attainments;
•    ensuring early contact with school to discuss matters which affect a child's happiness, progress and behaviour;
•    giving due importance to homework, hearing reading, and assisting in learning of tables and spellings and ensuring that good quality homework is handed in on time;
•    allowing and encouraging their children to take increasing responsibility as they progress throughout the school;
•    supporting the Christian values and ethos of our school.


Aims for the Wider Community

The wider community works towards the schools aims by:
•    supporting the aims of the school;
•    supporting the Christian values and ethos of the school;
•    valuing staff, pupils, parents and carers;
•    respecting all members of the school community as individuals;
•    working with school to provide opportunities for children;
•    working in partnership with school to promote community cohesion.

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