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Our vision is for all children to:

Believe. Grow. Shine.

'The Parable of the Sower’ (Matthew 13, 1–9 & 18–23).

 

In the Autumn Term we focus on Believe. During the Spring Term we Grow and in the Summer Term the children Shine. Throughout the whole school year, our vision is underpinned by six Christian values that are woven into the very fabric of the school and which we expect every member of the school community to model: Endurance. Friendship. Koinonia. Respect. Service. Wisdom.

 

Believe.

  • Place Christian values, care and respect for others at the heart of our community.

  • Create a safe, secure and stimulating learning environment.

  • Develop lifelong learners in an atmosphere of discovery, thinking and risk taking.

  • Foster a range of positive learning behaviours and a growth mindset.

  • Encourage children to become citizens of the 21stcentury and be aware of the world around them by promoting Rights Respecting and international schools.

  • Be an inclusive school by embedding high expectations in all learners.

 

Grow.

  • Work as a team with all stakeholders learning from one another and collaborating. We display excellence, expertise and quality at all times.

  • Provide personalised learning for all pupils by setting individual targets and next steps.

  • Challenge our learners to secure the best possible outcomes by questioning, investigating, deepening and debating.

  • Provide a broad and balanced curriculum that is purposeful and practical which ensures enjoyment and excellence.

  • To nurture and build strong foundations for all learners by working together with parents and other professionals.

  • To continue moving forward by being outward looking and visionary.

 

Shine.

  • Share quality skills and achievement across the school to celebrate successes and model excellence.

  • Aspire to reach their goal by promoting high expectations.

  • Promote a culture of high self-esteem where learners can feel proud and special.

  • To be reflective and responsive developing positive attitudes that encourage learners to continue to shine and achieve in the future.

 

May our lives exemplify the 'good soil' in the Parable of the Sower.

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