- To encourage all members of our community to deepen their knowledge, understanding and love of God and His creation through a varied and meaningful liturgical life;
- To foster in our children, a sense of mission: to understand, respect and serve the wider world and its peoples through all the challenges they might face;
- To provide an environment where each person is valued as an individual and has the opportunity to develop their full potential in all areas;
- To develop a sense of ‘enjoyment of learning’ in all;
- To provide a high quality, wide and balanced curriculum appropriate to individual needs and fulfilling the requirements of the National Curriculum and Diocesan requirements which will give everybody the opportunity to:
- Develop enquiring minds with the ability to question, argue and think rationally and independently;
- Use language, number and ICT effectively;
- Develop physical abilities and aesthetic appreciation;
- Acquire knowledge and skills relevant to adult life, society and employment in a fast changing world;
- To engage children and adults in new technologies such as e-learning, which are changing how we lead our lives and the ways we work at school.
- Increase awareness of God’s creation of the world and our place in it, including opportunities to experience AWE and WONDER;
- Encourage children and adults to have a sense of belonging and a sense of pride in our school;
- Open up opportunities, promote independence in learning and thinking;
- Assist in the formation of forward thinking, flexible, spontaneous and appreciative learners with lots of motivation and a high self esteem;
- Maintain staff knowledge, e.g. by providing regular opportunities for staff INSET;
- To create a strong and valued working partnership between governors, staff, parents, children of the school and the local parish communities.
Download our Mission and Vision Statement here.