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Aims & Values

We believe, we achieve, we succeed

Through our understanding of the Christian Faith, we recognise our responsibility to encourage all children to live life in all its fullness (John 10:10)

We believe that our children should:-

  • Live healthy lives
  • Be resilient
  • Be accepting of others and celebrate difference,
  • Be confident
  • Have self-belief
  • Have problem-solving skills
  • Be able to work collaboratively with others
  • Have a range of interests
  • Be aspirational
  • Be aware of their impact on the environment
  • Be independent

Our curriculum has been designed to ensure every child can ‘live life in all its fullness’.   We aim to do this by delivering a curriculum that is underpinned by our drivers of diversity, curiosity and creativity and is designed to meet the needs of our children.  We aim to deliver the knowledge, skills and understanding set out in the national curriculum, underpinned by our Christian values, through individual and collaborative learning experiences, a sense of responsibility and challenges both in and outside of the classroom.

We are a small school with a strong family ethos and can respond to the individual needs of every child and their interest, to promote a love of learning and an awareness of the local environment and global issues.

aim to:-

  • prepare all pupils for the opportunities and experiences of life
  • have high expectations of all our pupils and to support them in achieving them
  • give each child the opportunity to achieve their full potential
  • foster a high sense of self-esteem and self-worth in everyone
  • foster imagination creativity enjoyment and a sense of discovery
  • celebrate academic and personal achievement
  • create a happy, secure and stimulating learning environment in which all children can thrive
  • make the school a happy, vibrant place to be
  • encourage everyone to show kindness, honesty, care, forgiveness and respect to others
  • reinforce positive attitudes, values and beliefs while respecting those which are different from our own
  • promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development
  • develop friendships and a sense of community and togetherness
  • actively promote links between home, school and the wider community
  • foster strong links with the Methodist Church