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Vision, Values and Aims

Vision Statement (What we as a school aim to achieve)

'With Christian values at our core, we inspire life long learning through providing rich diverse opportunities for all.'

 

As a Church of England School, we seek to underpin the ideals of Christian concern and love. We aim to encourage mutual understanding, respect and positive attitudes between children, teachers and parents, creating the best environment in which learning can take place.

                                 

Vision is what keeps us moving forward, even against discouraging odds. Vision is the most powerful motivator in an organisation. If it's vivid and meaningful enough, people can do astounding things to bring it to realisation.

 

Mission Statement (How we achieve our vision)

'Children are at the heart of everything we do'

 

Christian Value

 

     Trust    Courage    Respect    Love    Responsibility

 

The children, staff and governors worked together to establish a set of five values from the Bible. All children, staff and governors work hard to display these values through the school day.

 

Values are clear in everything we do and how we operate. A values statement reflects the core ideology of an organisation, the deeply held values that do not change over time. It answers the question, 'how do we carry out our mission?'. Values are what we live, breathe and what is relected in our day-to-day activities.

 

Simply put, 'it's the way we do things around here'.

 

School motto

'Be kind, be confident, be the best.'

 

Aims of the school

To maintain a happy, caring environment in which children feel secure to grow and develop

 

     intellectually,  socially,  emotionally,  culturally,  spiritually and physically.

 

  • To use the resources available to provide the best possible educational opportunities for the children in our care.
  • To provide a broad and well-taught curriculum where children have many wide and varied experiences
  • To continue to work in partnership with parents.
  • To give children opportunities to develop independence and the responsible attitudes that will enable them to become active and caring members of their communities.

 


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