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Aims of the school

As a school we aim:
  • To create a happy, healthy school in which all members of the school community feel valued
  • To provide a caring, secure and stimulating environment in which to educate each child intellectually, socially, emotionally, morally and physically, so that he/she can reach their full potential; moving on to the next stage of their education with confidence and high self-esteem, fully prepared for their role in society
  • To ensure that all teaching is of a high standard, enabling children to make at least good progress in all subjects
  • To provide an inclusive, creative curriculum that is broad, balanced, relevant, challenging and differentiated to each child’s needs
  • To provide equality of opportunity for all children, regardless of age, gender, race, creed, culture, physical disability or special educational need
  • To have high expectations of standards, both of achievement and behaviour
  • To encourage children to be self-motivated and develop a positive attitude towards learning so that they can respond to challenges, develop lively, enquiring minds using both logic and creativity and apply themselves to tasks with self-discipline, resilience and an increasing sense of responsibility for their own actions
  • To foster an ethos in which children co-operate with each other, develop an understanding of right and wrong, and feel and show respect and tolerance towards the beliefs, opinions and values of others
  • To foster in children a sense of responsibility and caring for the local school environment and to become aware of the global community and of how wider environmental issues may affect them
  • To involve parents in their children’s education and encourage strong links between home and school


We believe our aims provide the basis for the delivery of a dynamic, exciting curriculum, the provision of a stimulating and creative learning environment and a strong holistic foundation, which will prepare our children for the ever changing nature of society.