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School Aims

Our Aims...

 

  • To develop our children to their full human potential through deepening their relationship with God and based on the Gospel values.

 

  • To share with parents/carers, families and others the responsibility for developing children educationally, morally, spiritually and socially through a friendly and trusting relationship.

 

  • To provide a happy, safe and caring environment for all.

 

  • To help all pupils see learning as an enjoyable and purposeful activity and to help all pupils to express themselves creatively.

 

  • To help all pupils develop lively, enquiring minds through questioning, investigating, reasoning and applying themselves to learning both independently and collaboratively.

 

  • To ensure good health in pupils through strategies which promote physical and mental well being and self-esteem.

  • To give children opportunities to develop independence and the responsible attitudes that will enable them to become active and caring members of the community.

 

  • To provide all pupils with equal access to a broad and balanced education following National Curriculum guidelines.

 

  • To help all pupils set high personal standards of achievement and to value excellence in things.

 

  • To prepare pupils for responsible citizenship by developing values and attitudes compatible with living in a democratic and multicultural society.

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Years 3 and 6 work together on their RE topic discussing how we welcome people into our school