Theologically Rooted Vision

Our School Vision Statement

Our school community empowers every child to reach their full potential through an inspirational and diverse curriculum. Rooted in God’s love, the children embrace the fullness of life for themselves and reach out to others in partnership within their community and beyond.  


Motto:  Achieving the Best Together

 Our school aims are to:

  • Develop lively, enquiring, healthy minds and independent life-long learners.

  • Develop active partnerships between children, the school, the home and the community.

  • Recognise, develop and promote individual potential to achieve wellbeing and confidence

  • Encourage children to develop morally as well as spiritually.

  • Develop children who question, debate and seek clarification whilst having the confidence to retain their individuality and a sense of self-worth.

  • Provide a well-organised, stimulating and secure learning environment and deliver an inspiring curriculum.


Achievement of our vision is underpinned by our Christian values of hope, peace, forgiveness, love, friendship and trust, along with the British values of liberty, freedom, community, tolerance, respect and the rule of law. 


Our chosen Scripture and Biblical Story in which our vision and values are rooted 

Preparing our pupils for fullness of life, to reach their potential physically, mentally and emotionally, enriched by their spiritual lives inspired by the values of Jesus Christ. - John 10:10


Our Christian values are exemplified within the parable of the Good Samaritan. The characters in this parable embody our  school values, inspire our students to embrace our learning community and explore education for life in all of its fullness.


The Good Samaritan - Parable - Luke 10:25-37


As a good neighbour, the Samaritan, stepped across the divide in peace and forgiveness to help the injured man, a Jew. He kindly offered him hope, love and friendship as he brought him to the innkeeper to recover, and he trusted the innkeeper to care for the man until he returned. Jesus invites us to love God and love our neighbour.