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School vision

School aspirations

  • a culture of high expectations and aspirations in all areas of school life with the quality of teaching, learning and assessment for all pupils being outstanding;
  • all pupils making significant and sustained progress in all areas of learning relative to their starting points;
  • confident and self-assured learners demonstrating excellent attitudes to learning which strongly impact on their progress;
  • pupils who value their education, arrive on time and rarely miss a day of school;
  • pupils who thrive through the promotion of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and their physical & mental well-being;
  • pupils who benefit from effective safeguarding;
  • pupils who are well supported through the effective engagement of parents, carers and other stakeholders of the school.

School Aims

  • to provide an atmosphere of trust and understanding in which children feel happy, safe and fulfilled in all aspects of school life
  • through the provision of quality learning experiences, to encourage children to develop a thirst for knowledge, adopt positive ‘can do’ attitudes and develop a sense of pride in their achievements
  • to prepare children for life-long learning by helping them to develop lively, enquiring minds, encouraging them to use their initiative and to develop self-confidence and self-discipline
  • to help children learn that courtesy, good manners and consideration for others are important qualities
  • to instill in children 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 how best to care for the environment in all its diversity
  • to work with parents to help children maximise their potential in all areas of learning and to make rapid and sustained progress
  • to create a community in which each child, and each staff member, is treated as an important individual.
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