Aims, values and ethos
For any child leaving at the end of Year 6 we want to ensure that they are:
- Pupils who are kind, respectful, compassionate, supportive, responsible members of society, who care about each other, the world and all the people in it.
- Pupils who have self-belief, resilience, a lasting love of learning, and understand the significance and meaning of faith and the Christian message.
- Pupils who are curious, well-prepared, independent learners, achieving their full academic and wider potential, whatever the challenges they face.
These aims are complemented by our twelve Christian values that are at the heart of our ethos. We focus on one of these values each term during collective worship and they are lived out daily in the life of our school.
Our twelve Christian values are: Thankfulness, Trust, Perseverance, Justice, Service, Truthfulness, Generosity, Compassion, Courage, Forgiveness, Friendship and Respect.