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“Caring, challenging and aiming high.”



“All members of the school community are respected and seen to have potential for improvement. Through effective teaching and learning, supporting and encouraging, together we can enable the fulfilment of that potential. We aim for success for all.”



  • Ours is a school where:
    • There is a positive ethos, confidence and optimism
    • There is a culture of inclusion, enabling the participation and involvement of all
    • There is an environment of opportunity engendering a sense of pride, ownership, responsibility and identity
    • There are caring relationships where children and adults are valued as individuals
    • Diversity is celebrated and respected and we challenge stereotypes
    • We value open and effective communication and consultation
    • We value fairness, honesty and integrity
    • We maintain an open dialogue about how children learn best
    • We value learning and development of pupils, staff and volunteers
    • We learn from each other, making every effort to disseminate good ideas and practice
    • We continually reflect, evaluate and challenge our existing beliefs


Aims of the school:

We wish to see our Year 6 children displaying the following characteristics……

To value themselves as effective learners and members of the community.

To be open-minded, flexible, confident and adaptable in their approach and in the development of their opinions.

Appropriate achievements in all areas of the National Curriculum and beyond.

To be able to use their knowledge and experience to be creative and inventive.

A desire and enthusiasm to learn and the knowledge and motivation required to learn independently.

An ability to tackle problems of all kinds in a scientific and thorough manner.

An ability to know themselves and their capabilities, to recognise and be able to deal with pressure and change and be able to organise and use effectively their leisure time.

An ability to compete as part of a team or individually and to win and lose with grace.

An understanding, respect and tolerance of the habits and beliefs of other people and other nations.

An understanding of their world and the skills and knowledge to be able to make decisions and take action in order to preserve and protect the environment.

The ability to think for themselves, display honesty and recognise right from wrong and have the strength to say “No,” when appropriate.

The ability to communicate effectively, develop good interpersonal relationships and to value and care for all parts of the community and to operate within society as an effective citizen.


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