- to provide an atmosphere of trust and understanding in which the children can enjoy
a sense of security and learn self-discipline.
-. to help the children learn that courtesy, good manners and consideration for others
are important qualities.
-. to help the children develop lively, enquiring minds, the ability to question and argue
rationally and to apply themselves to tasks, and physical skills.
-. to help the children to acquire knowledge and skills relevant to adult life and
employment in a fast changing world.
-. to help children to use language and numbers effectively.
-. to instil respect for religious and moral values, and tolerance of other races, religions
and ways of life.
-. to help children understand the world in which they live and the interdependence of
-. individuals, groups and nations.
-. to help children to appreciate human achievements and aspirations.
-. to work with parents to help children maximise their potential.
-. to create a community in which each child and each member of staff, teaching and
non- teaching, is treated as an important individual.