Children should be curious, enjoy learning with an appropriate level of academic achievement and in a changing world be provided with a foundation for life long learning.
To be an inclusive school where children are well rounded and have positive values.
Parents to be actively involved in school life and their children’s learning.
To build up positive relationships with the local and wider community.
We are a values-based school. As a school community we have identified 11 core values that will be a focus throughout the year. Each month we will focus on one of these, discussing it in assemblies and in class.
Friends know how to look after each other through good and bad times.
Always doing our best and not giving up.
Means valuing myself, other people and our environment.
Knowing what other people do for us and how to thank them. It means showing that you are thankful.
Working together and helping one another.
Staying calm and waiting until your turn comes around.
You can be relied on to do the right thing.
Looking after ourselves and others and it means looking after the world around us.
Accepting others, even when they make mistakes. Tolerance is appreciating our differences.
You can be in charge of yourself, other people or things, and you are trusted to do the right thing.
Means facing what you might be worried about or afraid of.