We aim to provide a safe, happy, responsible, well ordered community in which children can be valued as individuals. To achieve this the school will help pupils:
● develop lively, enquiring minds, with the ability to question and debate rationally.
● apply themselves to tasks and physical skills.
● acquire knowledge and skills relevant to subsequent stages in their education, adult
life and work.
● use language and numbers effectively.
● understand the world in which they live, including the interdependence of
individuals, groups and nations.
● appreciate human achievements and aspirations.
● develop appropriate relationships with other children and adults.
● be respectful of religious and moral values and tolerant of other races and religions.
In this way we seek to work with parents to fulfil each child’s intellectual, spiritual, moral, cultural and social development.