Mission Statement

We wish to create a culture of learning, where children are happy, enthusiastic, motivated and ambitious.

We encourage mutual respect, support and collaboration between all adults and children, both within the school and the wider community.

We believe that it is important to provide a secure, caring and stimulating environment for all our children, thereby promoting a sense of pride in our school.

This can be done most effectively when all staff, parents and children understand their responsibilities and work together towards the same goals, as detailed in our home/school agreement.

Working in Partnership for Success

We are committed to:

  • Maintaining a high standard of education, with a balanced curriculum that suits each child.
  • Caring for each child’s safety and well-being.
  • Endeavouring to meet the requirements of children, whatever their needs, to achieve their full potential.
  • Ensuring that each classroom is a positive and stimulating learning environment.
  • Teaching children to develop a positive attitude towards everyone regardless of difference in gender, race, culture, belief, values, age, and need.
  • Helping children to understand their role in the community.
  • Communicating effectively and sensitively with parents.

We will:

  • Hold regular meetings to discuss children’s progress, indicating strengths and areas for development through individual targets.
  • Provide prompt information about behaviour or class work that may be a cause for concern or celebration.
  • Provide opportunities for parents/carers to become involved in school life.
  • Provide information to parents/carers about school activities through regular newsletters, open days, meetings and our Annual Report.
  • Make available all relevant school policies.

We ask parents and carers to:

  • Make sure that each child arrives at school on time.
  • Make sure children wear suitable clothing in line with the school’s dress code.
  • Support their children.
  • Attend consultations with teachers.
  • Support and work with the school in any behaviour management programmes as outlined in the positive behaviour policy summary.
  • Work in partnership with the school to develop positive attitudes towards those from different cultures and races and with different feelings, values and beliefs.
  • Let the school know of any concerns or circumstances that may affect their children’s work or behaviour at school.
  • Read and act upon any information sent home.
  • Endeavour to provide a safe, secure and happy environment at home.
  • Encourage other opportunities for home learning.
  • Support the school in the activities it provides for children.
  • Show a positive attitude towards education and the school and use discretion when discussing issues or grievances in front of children, as these may have a negative effect on their outlook.

We ask students to:

1. Understand their rights within the school. Students have the right:

  • To be treated kindly; to be listened to;
  • To be helped;
  • Not to be bullied; not to be lonely;
  • To play and join in games;
  • To be happy;
  • To feel wanted; to feel safe;
  • To achieve.

2.  Understand their responsibilities within the school. Students should:

  • Respect themselves and their peers, including being respectful of culture, race, feelings, beliefs and values.
  • Accept responsibility for the things they do.
  • Take responsibility for school and home work; ask for help and do their best in all they undertake.
  • Follow the school rules
  • Be kind and speak politely to everyone in school.
  • Take good care of the building, equipment and school grounds.
  • Behave in a safe way.
  • Be helpful.
  • Tell a member of staff if they are worried or unhappy.