Aims of the School
•To create a happy and stimulating learning environment, in which each child will develop to their full potential, thereby achieving high educational standards.
•To develop self-awareness, self-respect and tolerance of others by developing an understanding of the world in which they live.
•To appreciate human achievements and aspirations; develop aesthetic sensitivity and appreciation; physical ability and co-ordination and a concern for the safety of themselves and others.
•To prepare children to live and work with others, enabling them to be responsible and caring members of the community.
•To give children, at the end of their period of primary education, an appetite for acquiring further knowledge, experience and skills, so ensuring they are prepared for the challenges of the next stage in their education.
All staff and governors believe that parents have a vital part to play in the education of their children.
We encourage parents to share knowledge of their child with the staff, to help make a contribution to the life of the school and support any work, which the child takes home.
It is our sincere conviction that staff, parents and governors should share the same aims and objectives. Consequently the opinions of all will be valued where the management of school and the interests of children are concerned.
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