The school aims to be a place of learning which promotes the educational, physical, spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of all its pupils through the enthusiasm and commitment of the staff and children in a caring, Christian atmosphere.
In recognising and accepting this responsibility the school aims:
- to promote an ethos based upon traditional Christian values of respect for people and property, courtesy and positive attitudes.
- to provide an educational environment in which staff are committed to providing a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum to meet the needs of children of all aptitudes and abilities.
- to enrich the lives of the children through close links with the church and the local community.
- to involve parents and friends in the life of the school.
- to promote learning in the context of the National Curriculum and R.E. in a good working environment.
- to work with other schools for the benefit of staff and children.
- to use the advice and expertise of outside agencies such as the Diocesan Board of Education. the LEA and National Society for the benefit of the school.
- to prepare our pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and challenges of secondary education.