"With love being the greatest of these, we shalt learn to love thy neighbour as thyself."
Faithfully Christian values and the warm, loving and nurturing ethos underpin the whole life of our school. It’s a place where children grow and flourish as resilient, respectful, kind and happy members of their community - a place where children can love each other and love life. Through support, encouragement and love, we aim for all children to become the best that they can be and equip them with the knowledge and skills to succeed in a challenging and exciting world.
Through our care and compassion, we add value to the lives of our children so that they can become pillars of the community, making a difference. We aim for our children to be the best that they can be and to meet their full potential in life by striving to remove barriers to success and fear of failure.
We aim for our children to aspire through a love of learning and be motivated to make a positive impact on each others' lives.
At our school, love means to:
- receive God’s love, to love yourself and to love others
- show grace, to act with kindness and compassion
- to serve
- to speak respectfully, to make allowances for other people’s humanity, to forgive
- to share in one another’s joys and sorrows
With Faith, Hope and Love, we grow together as children of God.
Updated: September 2021
Our A.S.P.I.R.E Values
Our vision reflects our school’s goals and provides a clear picture of what we all value. Our motto "With Faith, Hope and Love, we grow together" is at the very centre of any ideas we have and any decisions we make.
Our A.S.P.I.R.E Values in school are:
Our School Prayer
We have introduced a school prayer into school which our children are invited to join in with at the end of daily acts of worship and at the end of the school day.
Our closing school prayer at the end of worship is:
We thank you for our school family.
Help us to learn and to love one another,
As you love each one of us,
That we may live life in all its fullness.
This was written by members of the school’s Church Council along with Reverend Rachel for the whole school.
Updated: August 2020