To create within the school an atmosphere of happiness, kindness and security.
To provide an environment which will encourage good social relationships.
To set the highest standards in everything we do as teachers and to expect high standards from the children we teach.
To ensure each child achieves his/her maximum potential in an atmosphere of excitement, challenge and support.
To cater for the fact that each child has a need for praise and to adopt the approach that everyone is good at something.
To share success no matter how small.
To provide a broad based curriculum for all children in line with the requirements of the National Curriculum to include core and foundation subjects as well as Citizenship and P.S.H.E.
To get to know the children as individuals and in doing so we as teachers and staff will be in a position to be of most help.
To train children to be confident yet self controlled and able to talk and co-operate with others in a sensible manner.
To encourage a moral and Christian approach to life while understanding and appreciating other beliefs and cultures. To learn about the multi-cultural nature of our society, in line with the school policy for Religious Education and Race Relations.
To encourage all staff to achieve their full potential through appropriate professional development opportunities.
To encourage parental involvement in school life and play an active part in the education of their children.
We have a positive approach to discipline which requires praise for academic achievement, good manners and behaviour while inappropriate behaviour is dealt with immediately, fairly and consistently.