School Aims

Our School Aims

  • To be a happy harmonious community where good relationships are underpinned by mutual respect and kindness.
  • To promote British values and multicultural understanding.
  • To be an inclusive school and to establish practice which ensures, in all aspects of our work, that every pupil is given equality of opportunity, regardless of gender, special educational needs, disability or race.
  • To provide teaching and learning of the highest quality.
  • To treat pupils as individuals and to differentiate teaching and learning to take account of their individual and special educational needs.
  • To match teaching and learning to the appropriate stage of children’s physical, mental, social, spiritual, moral and cultural development needs.
  • To nurture children’s spiritual moral and social development and help them grow in self-confidence and self-esteem.
  • To ensure that all pupils benefit from a rich, broad, balanced curriculum presented in an interesting, exciting and imaginative manner with many opportunities for first-hand experience, practical work, investigation, enterprise and learning through play.
  • To enliven and enrich the curriculum by visits, visitors, and extensive use of the environment.
  • To teach basic skills and core subjects well and to give great emphasis to the foundation subjects and RE, especially to the creative aspects, including art, poetry, story, dance, music, and performance. This will be central to our work.
  • To promote and achieve high standards and high expectations.
  • To make connections between subjects and to apply basic skills across the curriculum.
  • To provide high quality technology experiences in order to prepare and equip them for the world around them.
  • To treat all fairly and listen to others sympathetically and attentively.
  • To expect and maintain high standards of behaviour, courtesy and politeness at all levels so that all are treated well.
  • To contribute to the life and work of the school with energy and enthusiasm
  • To promote success and reward progress and achievement.
  • To work with parents and the wider community to support individual children and children as one within the school.
  • To build a welcoming, friendly, bright and lively, happy place where children feel safe and secure and where they enjoy growing up.