Our Aims

As a Church of England primary school we aim to preserve and develop the religious character of the school in accordance with the church. The school aims to serve its community by providing education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. It encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith and promotes Christian values through the 

experience it offers all its pupils. As such - 

  • Pupils need to engage each day in a meaningful real act of collective worship

  • Religious education is consistent with the faith and practice of the church

  • As a school we observe the major Christian festivals

  • We develop an active and affirming relationship with the parish church

  • We make appropriate use of Christian symbols inside / outside the school

‘And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him’ (Romans 8:28)

 

As a school we want to develop the whole child which means their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. We can do this by:

• providing teaching opportunities to learn about themselves, others and the world around them, including the intangible

• appreciating and taking into account other people’s preferences

• enabling children to use their creativity and imagination in their learning

• supporting children to reflect on their experiences

To build on our good reputation for

  • Our strong Christian Ethos

  • High standards of social, emotional, academic, creative & physical achievements

  • Delivering stimulating and high quality teaching and learning

  • Being a welcoming and caring school community

By providing

  • A safe and happy school where children, staff and parents are listened to and their contributions valued

  • A school where children have a positive and successful learning experience

  • An inclusive school, which celebrates diversity and is accessible to all

  • A school that promotes excellent behaviour, where bullying, racism & sexual harassment are not tolerated.​

By encouraging children to

  • Do their best through praise and celebration of effort & achievement

  • Have respect for themselves, others and the world in which they live

  • Work independently and to be effective communicators

By ensuring our leavers take with them

  • The desire, curiosity, confidence & skills to continue learning

  • Friendships and the ability to form positive relationships

  • A knowledge & understanding of the world

  • Happy memories, ambitions and dreams

By having effective partnership with

  • The local church and community

  • Our feeder schools to ensure continuity and progression

  • All parents/carers, to support each child’s learning

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