Our Vision

A place with God at the centre where the Christian faith is:

  • The foundation on which a caring school community is built
  • Embedded in everything we do
  • Actively celebrated through daily acts of collective worship
  • Integral and vital to all aspects of school life
  • Evident in all areas of the curriculum
  • Nurtured through a close relationship with the parish church
  • Learned through high quality biblical teaching
  • A foundation for developing life long values.

A place where learning is:

  • Stimulating, inspiring and creative
  • Relevant, purposeful and largely based on first hand experience
  • Personalised and accessible for all
  • Child centred, innovative and exciting
  • A positive experience
  • Well planned and allows time for spontaneity and reflection
  • Life long and takes place both inside and out, at school and at home
  • Rewarded and celebrated.

 A place where children:

  • Are safe, valued and happy
  • Learn and thrive
  • Are confident to express themselves
  • Behave well and treat each other with dignity and respect
  • Build positive supportive relationships
  • Are inspired and motivated to learn
  • Acquire valuable life skills
  • Make positive contribution to the school and its community
  • Achieve their full potential.

 A place where staff:

  • Are highly skilled professionals
  • Are friendly, open and approachable
  • Work together as a team supporting each other by sharing experiences
  • Are valued and appreciated
  • Are motivated, dedicated and hardworking
  • Work together to achieve a shared vision
  • Continue to develop and learn
  • Are caring, enthusiastic and inspiring
  • Are innovative leaders in their field
  • Enjoy their work.

 A place where parents and carers:

  • Are included and welcomed as partners in their child’s learning
  • Are listened to and their opinions and contributions valued and acted upon
  • Are kept well informed
  • Are supported and supportive
  • Are encouraged to take an active role in their child’s learning both at home and within the school environment
  • Share their expectations
  • Have a voice in the running of the school
  • Make a positive difference to school life.

 A place where governors and the community:

  • Are dedicated to creating an excellent school
  • Share in the leadership of the school providing positive direction
  • Play an active and supportive role in all aspects of school life
  • Are well informed and up to date with what the school does well and areas for development
  • Contribute to the Christian ethos of the school
  • Are friendly, approachable and visible members of the school community
  • Have the school’s best interest at heart
  • Are assisted in their decision making by the whole school community.

 A place which is:

  • Safe, secure and inviting
  • Clean, tidy and well maintained
  • Stimulating and fun and encourages curiosity and a love of learning
  • Fit for purpose offering buildings and equipment appropriate for 21st century learning
  • A rich learning environment accessible for all
  • A non-threatening healthy environment
  • Calm, purposeful and has a sense of unity.