We believe education is a partnership between parents, teachers and children and that only with co-operation, mutual support and respect can we develop each child’s potential to the full – academically, socially and morally.
It is our intention to create a loving and happy atmosphere in which the children and teachers can work purposefully and effectively and one in which children feel welcomed and safe. We aim to provide a Christian environment in which the children can develop into thoughtful and caring people, with respect for themselves, each other and the environment.
We expect our children to behave well, demonstrate manners and to work hard to achieve to their potential. To this end, we provide a wide range of stimulating and interesting activities to motivate the children. We offer all children the opportunity to progress at their level, regardless of learning, emotional or physical difficulties or their race or gender.
We believe that a sound education while in primary school is an essential prerequisite for development at the secondary stage. It is, however, important that knowledge in any subject is based upon real understanding, and is not restricted to the ability to produce mechanical responses. Through meaningful learning and relevant and balanced teaching, we hope to produce well rounded learners. Learners that demonstrate independence, initiative and self-discipline.
Endeavour and personal and collective achievement is praised and rewarded and shared among all pupils, staff (teaching and non-teaching), parents, Governors and the community of the school.