,
Message sent from:

Mission Statement

Our Mission Statement

The School aims to provide a secure, caring and friendly Christian environment in which all pupils are encouraged to work towards excellence and to develop self confidence and discipline in whatever they do.

We aim to support and nurture our children’s religious faith, through our words and actions every day

Our Vision Statement

Our vision is:

  • to ensure every child leaves our school a good reader, enjoying reading and able to use print to help them in every aspect of their lives 
  • to ensure children can communicate effectively both verbally and in writing including using IT
  • to create competent and confident mathematicians able to apply their basic maths skills to common problems and situations
  • to encourage all our children to live fulfilled lives as responsible local, national and global citizens, treating others with respect and being able to be both team players and team leaders
  • to ensure every child develops resilience, resourcefulness and self-esteem
  • to encourage our children’s natural curiosity, developing enquiring minds that challenge and question in order for them to learn and understand more

Rights Respecting School

A Rights Respecting School is one in which there is a culture of mutual respect underpinning all of its work.

We are fully committed to following the expectations of a Rights Respecting School and are creating the conditions for a rights respecting culture. This is to build on our values driven Christian ethos to enrich and broaden the curriculum.

Our curriculum is constantly being monitored and designed to reflect the needs of the children, 
not only in terms of knowledge and skills but in attitudes to both local and global issues and to the learning of skills essential for life.

As a Church of England school we are integrating rights and responsibilities into Religious 
Education, including collective worship. This has been manageable as it sits naturally with our 
Mission and Vision statements.

Children learn about their rights as identified in the United Nation’s Convention on the Rights of the Child which are based on 45 Articles. They also learn they have responsibilities-a 
responsibility to respect the rights of all others in their community.

Children learn to appreciate their role within a community - their school and local community as well as their global community.

Through a Rights Respecting ethos, we aim to install our children with a belief in themselves, to nurture their self esteem and, above all, to embrace their responsibility to respect the rights or others. This in turn helps them to learn how to formulate, express and listen to opinions, helping to raise achievement.