|It is the aim of this school to help children...
||Evidence of where this is being implemented:|
|By providing an open, welcoming, caring environment in which children can feel happy and secure.
Welcoming at rear entrances Classrooms – environment
|To value themselves as individuals and to develop a sense of self-respect, a capacity to live as independent, self-motivated adults and the ability to live work and play in co-operation with others.
Older children helping younger children
|To develop some understanding and respect for the religious spiritual and moral value of others, and to consider their own attitudes, values and beliefs.
Coming into the hall quietly
|To question and argue rationally through providing a happy and stimulating environment where the children are encouraged to think for themselves.
Through all we do
Listen to disputes
|To foster learning and to encourage independence and initiative when working alone, in small groups or class situations.
|To acquire knowledge and skills relevant in a changing world to their adult lives at work and leisure.
Giving children experience through clubs
Christian Aid Walk
|To follow the National Curriculum guidelines in all subject areas having due regard to cross-curricular links, themes and skills.
|To develop an awareness of the school in the wider world by forging strong links with the home and the community.
Parent Curriculum evenings
|To develop their creative abilities, provide opportunities for self-expression in a variety of ways to lay the foundations of future cultural pleasure in art, music and literature.