Introduction

We believe that:

  • education is a life long experience and a basic right of every child,
    as they are unique, of equal worth and special
  • life is a blend of intellectual, cultural, physical, spiritual and emotional experiences and, as educators, we must endeavour to develop
    every child to their full potential
  • although the pace of a child's learning may very and their individual
    achievements will differ, their potential for learning is infinite

We will therefore work with the children in our care to help them to:

  • develop their full potential in every curriculum area
  • develop respect for each other and the environment and to make a positive contribution to the local community and the wider world
  • develop pride, confidence and independence in themselves and their work
  • develop attitudes which foster learning, including a willingness to question, listen and observe, argue rationally and apply themselves to task
  • develop a sense of responsibility, self-discipline and self-motivation
  • achieve individual success

We are proud of the achievements of our school and our vision is to maintain the good features. We therefore constantly strive to improve:

  • the quality of teaching and learning
  • the quality of support offered to the less able and more able pupils
  • the standards achieved and the academic attainment of the pupils
  • the quality of the environment in which our children are educated
  • the breadth of curriculum offered to the children
  • the quality of resources offered to the children
  • links with the community