Our Vision and Core Values

Our Vision

We are determined to create an inclusive culture of learning where all children will be challenged in their thinking, to achieve to the best of their abilities and strive to become lifelong learners who will grow up to make a positive contribution to the community and world they live in. 

We will empower our children to become respected citizens to enable them to make valuable contributions locally, globally and to contribute to our world’s sustainable future.

Christian Values

The following Christian Values have been adopted by the school for the next year, following a consultation with all of the families with children at school.

Honesty - Christians believe that truth is revealed in the Bible, showing us the way that God means us to live.  In school we encourage everyone to be truthful in their dealings with one another.

Respect  - Respect for God extends to respect for all creation, including all people, animals and our environment.  In school children and adults are expected to show respect for each other, their belongings and their environment.

Teamwork  - The Bible teaches that life is a gift from God and it is our responsibility to use our talents and abilities in the best way we can.  In school children are taught to value the contribution that everybody makes to the team.

Forgiveness - Forgiveness is the means by which damaged relationships are restored.  It is an act of the will, motivated by love.  Children and adults in school are helped to acknowledge that we all make mistakes and we all need forgiveness from God and each other.

Kindness - We believe that our school and society should be one that is knid. Where we consider other people's feelings 'Do not let kindness and truth leave you; Bind them around your neck, Write them on the tablet of your heart.'

Faith - Faith is what we see as the one vlaue which pins all of our values together. 'Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.'

These values form the basis for our collective worship and are a focus for reflection in the classroom.