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School Mission, Ethos, Aims & Values

Mission Statement

At the core of our school ethos and at the root of all our actions involving the whole school community is the below statement and values, our absolute faith and belief in the ministry of Jesus and the values and way of life he put forth.  This permeates at every level of our care

The schools aim to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief. It seeks to develop the full potential of all children in a caring environment which values all its members.

 A school family of children, staff, parents, governors and  friends of the school  who all share a commitment to putting universal Christian values at the centre of our daily lives, in all our actions, in all that we think, say or do.

Love and Respect We care and share and treat others as we would like to be treated
Responsibility and courage We are brave enough to admit when we make mistakes
Self-control and Moderation We know the effect actions can have on others
Honesty and Integrity We are honest and trust each other
Kindness and Compassion We are polite and helpful
Contentment and Thankfulness We recognise how lucky we are
Patience and Perseverance  We try hard, have a go and don’t give up. 
Peace and Humility  We appreciate quiet and reflection 
Loyalty and Commitment  We are fair and know what makes a good friend 
Forgiveness and Justice  We understand and forgive each other 
Hope We are positive, resilient and forward looking


To learn and to grow and ‘to be the best we can be’                                       



Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking,  it is not easily angered,  it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.





We believe that people are our most valuable resource. Everyone is entitles to an education of the highest possible standard which:

  • Promotes life-long learning
  • Enhances the quality of life
  • Encourages good citizenship

In our school we aim to promote our values in all we do.

We value:

  • Each other
  • High standards in all we do in school
  • Successful partnership with parents
  • Links with our local community
  • Our resources and the environment.

In our school we aim to educate the whole child, enabling each one to develop: physically, intellectually, spiritually, emotionally, morally, culturally and socially, to their full potential.

We aim to enable each child to develop:

  • A sense of self-motivation and the ability to work both independently and co-operatively.
  • Confidence to make informed choices, which lay the foundations for their future life.
  • The ability to recognise and value a sense of right and wrong.

We guide each child towards independence in these areas by providing rich learning opportunities, high expectations and challenge.

We are a ‘Voluntary Controlled’ (VC) school, which means that the Church of England maintains an active interest in the school, whilst giving overall control to the Local Authority. As a Church of England school, in partnership with parents and guardians, we aim to provide:

  • A community based on Christian values which respects the views of others
  • A happy, warm and welcoming environment where learning is fun and everyone can feel safe and secure
  • A caring and sharing culture where everyone is valued and there are equal opportunities for all
  • A stimulating, spiritual, positive and productive learning environment through children, staff and parents working together.

At the school we aim to promote feelings of self-esteem and self-respect, in order to develop positive, confident and responsible attitudes towards:

  • Each other
  • Learning
  • Good behaviour
  • Our school environment.


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