To provide a caring environment of mutual respect for children, parents and staff, within which we will maintain and develop the quality of teaching and learning. for each individual child.
To create a school which both children and parents will remember with pleasure and appreciation.
Through our assemblies our teaching of Religious Education and the provision of opportunities to enjoy Art, Music and Games we will provide for the spiritual, moral, cultural and social needs of our school community.
How will we achieve these aims?
Everyone who works in our school will be valued as an individual. All pupils will be encouraged to feel that they are contributing to the "family" of the school.
We will have hlgh expectations of our children and all will be given praise and recognition for their work and efforts across all areas of learning and experience.
Staff will work as a team, sharing expertise and skills, to plan and review curriculum provision, resources and policies in order to create a coherent learning experience.
Staff will support one another with understanding in a sympathetic and sensitive way during times of need.
We will strive to enhance feelings of self-esteem in individuals. We will encourage an atmosphere of trust and openness where everyone can "grow."
Children will be encouraged to be independent. They will be expected to care for one another, for their equipment, books, classroom and school as a whole. They will be encouraged to take pride in all they do.
Governors and staff will liaise closely with parents, the PTFA and the local community. They will seek to work with them in partnership.