With Christ as our guide and example we celebrate the uniqueness of the individual.
Together we will try to:
Learn from Jesus;
Love like Jesus;
Live like Jesus.
Our active Mission statement guides and supports all that we do. It is shared with pupils, staff, parents and governors and is revisited annually. Knowing the difference between right and wrong is a fundamental understanding which helps us to recognise Christ in every individual. Children are encouraged to ensure that their behaviour strongly reflects our Mission statement; this message is reinforced across the curriculum, including through assemblies, liturgies and daily acts of collective worship.
We promote the Gospel values of love, faith, diligence, tolerance and respect for others. We want our children to grow up to be hardworking, respectful, good citizens, who know the difference between right and wrong and recognise Christ in everyone.
There are many practical examples of how this happens every day in school. Our children support a wide variety of local and national charities and community projects, with events organised through the school council. Our choir visits and entertains elderly people of the Parish. Our Junior Road Safety Officers encourage pupils and parents to act as responsible citizens and walk to school. We have an active PTA which encourages families to become involved in the school community.