Our Vision and Values



In our school we aim to develop the child through constructive comments and positive responses to develop character, personality and an eagerness to listen and learn. Our aim is to ensure that our children continually grow in confidence and achieve well. We encourage children to lead their own learning through exploration and challenge.  We promote self-evaluation and set realistic targets involving each child in the learning to learn process.



are honest


have courage

work hard


are supportive


are friends




have fun

are respectful

are creative

are fair

are positive

are all responsible

are safe

show optimism

have manners

have passion


are dedicated.


Our Aims

We aim:

  1. To be an inclusive school who promote equality and fairness.
  2. To promote and achieve high standards for all by providing teaching and learning of the highest quality.
  3. To carefully assess and plan next steps, to ensure that all pupils make outstanding progress.
  4. To ensure that pupils understand these next steps in their learning.
  5. To treat learners as individuals and as such adapt teaching and learning to take account of their individual and any additional needs.
  6. To provide well for learners’ physical, mental, social, spiritual, moral and cultural needs.
  7. To care well for learners and maintain high standards of health and safety.
  8. To ensure that all learners benefit from a rich, broad and balanced curriculum presented in an interesting, exciting and imaginative manner, with lots of opportunities for purposeful experiences that enable pupils to 'learn to learn'.
  9. To teach learning skills and knowledge well in core subjects and to give great emphasis to the foundation subjects through a thematic and creative approach.
  10. To make connections between different subjects and aspects of learning, in order to apply skills across the curriculum.
  11. To enliven and enrich the curriculum by including visits, visitors and extensive use of the environment
  12. To make parents and the wider community partners with the school and to involve them in the evaluation of its success.
  13. To build an ethos marked by a welcoming, friendly, bright, lively and happy place where learners feel secure. A place where good behaviour and attitudes to learning are expected and where learners enjoy growing up and staff feel valued.


We will continually strive to achieve the school’s aims through the curriculum and through all the other experiences offered to our children.  High quality education will raise children’s standards of attainment, enabling them to:

  • develop their use of English, Maths and literacy skills which will provide the foundation for all other learning
  • learn social skills that encourage agreeable interactions between their peers, as well as adults
  • treat everyone in an equal manner, irrespective of gender, race, class or disability
  • develop personal and moral values that are respectful of others, leading to their appreciation of our world and tolerance of cultures, religions and other ways of life
  • learn in a safe and secure environment.