Our school renewed its mission statement in September 2016 and we have aimed to develop this in every part of our work. As a Catholic school, our mission follows the teachings of the Church.

Mission Statement

Because God calls us to fullness of life in Christ we provide varied exciting opportunities for children to achieve highly.

God invites us to promise to keep everyone learning.

Because God calls us to love our neighbour we respect and include each other and develop the skills of confidence, resilience, independence, empathy and understanding.

God invites us to promise to keep everyone included.

Because God calls us to live as faithful members of the community we respect the world around us.  

God invites us to promise to look after the world around us.

Because God shows us the best way to live we get to know ourselves and learn how to be safe.

God invites us to promise to keep everyone safe.

Because God calls us the be like him we get to know ourselves and learn to respect the truth.

God invites us to promise to be honest.

We expect everyone in school to keep these promises; staff, children, governors, parents and visitors.

We also accept that sometimes we won’t get it right but aim to deal with any concerns or complaint swiftly, sensitively and with a pleasing outcome.

Please see our complaints procedure below.

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