Aims of the School

Every child is different and has particular abilities so our central concern is that we should meet the educational, social and emotional needs of each child in a happy and secure atmosphere. This is best achieved by an active partnership which includes parents, carers, children, school staff and governors.

We aim to :

  • Provide a positive, friendly and happy school
  • Be a learning community where individuality and inclusive attitudes are promoted, a school that nurtures positive relationships, self-esteem and a life-long love of learning
  • Achieve high standards in all areas of the curriculum while recognising and celebrating every child’s achievements
  • Help, encourage and challenge children to be the best that they can be
  • Develop children’s abilities in a range of physical skills
  • Inspire children to learn from their own experiences and to develop enquiring minds, be flexible and adaptable for the modern world
  • Value and encourage children’s creative and imaginative abilities, as well as develop their physical skills
  • Develop children’s awareness of their role in the wider world through links with the local community
  • Provide opportunities for reflection and foster the children’s spiritual and moral development
  • Help children to respect others and to live as responsible and caring individuals in the school community