We believe that God is the centre of all reality and we place God, therefore, at the centre of all our learning and achievement.
What the school sets out to achieve is embodied in its aims:
J To work with parents in educating our children in accordance with the teachings and principles of our Faith.
J To encourage each child to learn with confidence and independence building on their curiosity and desire to learn developing their skills, concepts and understanding of all aspects of education.
J To recognise that each child is an individual to be valued for their race, gender and belief.
J To develop in each child a positive self image, a sense of individual worth and the value of his/her contribution to the school whilst promoting acceptable standards of behaviour in all circumstances and at all times.
J To foster respect for others, and help children learn the importance of their community.
J To encourage each child, in partnership with the parents and parish, to develop to his or her potential and self worth in a caring, friendly and secure environment.
J To provide an environment that will encourage and support childrens’ physical, emotional, spiritual, moral and academic development.
J To empower children to build on and utilise their knowledge and experience in a meaningful way.
J To teach a well-planned curriculum, matched to individual needs that prepares children fully for their role in society.