To educate children to the best of their ability academically, emotionally, socially, morally, spiritually and aesthetically.
To teach the National Curriculum and personalise learning to the needs of each individual.
To promote healthy living and encourage an active lifestyle.
To build an awareness of both the local and global environment and adopt practices so that we can all contribute to the maintenance of a sustainable planet.
To recognise, value and celebrate the achievements of all.
To help pupils understand their own and other’s beliefs, values and cultures.
To ensure that school routines, policies and practices actively protect the rights of the individual and ensure equal opportunities for everyone.
To provide a safe, happy and stimulating environment.
To encourage high expectations of both children’s work and behaviour.
To develop independent, co-operative and reflective learners who are prepared for the opportunities, threats and experiences of life in an ever changing world.
To prepare the children for transition and reintegration to mainstream schooling when appropriate.
To work collaboratively with all stakeholders (children, parents, carers, governors, LEA and other external agencies) in pursuit of our shared vision