To learn, aspire, believe and hope.
Our School Aims
We are proud of our school as a place where children can learn and teachers can teach, both to the best of their ability, and where every individual is important and can feel cared for and secure.
- To provide a stimulating learning environment in which children can reach their full potential whether it be academically, physically, socially, morally or spiritually.
- To help children acquire knowledge and skills relevant to the rapidly changing world.
- To develop children’s interest in, and respect for, the world around them and their ability to question what they find.
- To teach children basic number and language skills and help them to use them effectively.
- To develop an understanding and respect for other people, their views and feelings.
- To recognise the contribution and value of other traditions and cultures.
- To help children to appreciate human achievements and encourage them to set goals of their own, and to help them achieve those goals.
- To express the aims and ethos of the school in accordance with the Christian Principles of our Trust Deed, as a Church of England Voluntary Controlled School.
Courtesy, respect, good manners and consideration for others are important to us and we put much emphasis on these qualities in school.