Aims of the School
- to provide a curriculum which is balanced and broadly based,
promoting the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and to offer pupils opportunities to develop a variety of interests and skills which will prepare them for the responsibilities and experiences of adult life;
- to create an environment in which a respect for people and property is an essential feature built on good relationships where every member of the school is valued and to encourage a sense of belonging to, and an appreciation of the school family.
- to help pupils develop enquiring, imaginative and creative minds with the ability to question and discuss rationally;
- to raise the academic achievement of all pupils
- to encourage positive attitudes and help children develop a sense of self-discipline and self respect by acknowledging good behaviour and emphasising what is acceptable;
- to involve parents, Governors and other adults as valued participants in the school community;
- to encourage tolerance of the individual’s right of freedom of expression, regardless of gender, race or creed.