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The School Aims Statement

  • To provide a secure, happy and caring environment in which all children can fulfil their potential and achieve the highest standards of which they are capable.
  • To equip children with the appropriate knowledge and skills in the National Curriculum which will enable them to contribute positively to the community both now and in the future.
  • To develop a positive attitude towards school and learning by giving children worthwhile and challenging experiences.
  • To generate in all children a sense of self-esteem and worth.
  • To develop habits of self discipline and acceptable behaviour.
  • To develop a meaningful concern for other people, appreciating and respecting their feelings views and capabilities.
  • To encourage in the children a sense of responsibility for their environment.
  • To develop an understanding of the interdependence of individuals, groups and peoples.
  • To help children develop lively and enquiring minds so that they may discuss confidently and rationally.
  • To promote inclusive education for all irrespective of gender, race or ability.
  • To promote equal opportunities for all children, staff, parents and carers.
  • The overall aim is to lay foundations that will enable our children to develop into contented adults, who will be positive participants in society, and imaginative, responsible contributors to community life in the future.