Vision and Aims

Our Vision

‘Celebrate life in all its fullness ensuring that every child achieves the very best they can in their time with us, in a happy, safe and exciting environment’


We achieve our Vision through our Mission statement and School aims.

Our school Mission Statement is....

Respect each other

Aim to achieve

Independent learning

Nurture your belief

Be the best you can

Own everything you do

Working together

Safe and true

The school aims are:

*to ensure each child learns about the life of Jesus and understands Christian values;

*to provide happy, safe, secure and stimulating surroundings with equality of opportunity and access for all;

*to help children to develop lively, enquiring minds, and the ability to question, to argue rationally and to apply themselves to tasks;

*to promote physical development through high quality PE and an extensive range of after school activities;

*to promote good hygiene and health and to develop each child’s respect for its own body;

*to provide children with access to information communication technology facilities;

*to ensure that each child acquires knowledge, skills and understanding in all subjects of the National Curriculum and R.E.

*to ensure that each child has the opportunity to develop their creative potential;

*to offer each child Religious Education in accordance with the requirements of the Derbyshire Agreed Syllabus in order that every child acquires a reasoned set of attitudes, values and beliefs including a respect for and understanding of other people’s religious and moral values and ways of life;

*to encourage independence, respect and to develop co-operative and interpersonal skills by learning to share and work safely together;

*to develop in the children a caring and responsible attitude to the environment, both locally and globally;

*to forge links with the wider community, both past and present, by involving members of the community, their experiences and their artefacts, in history and geography lessons;

*to make the transition between home and school as smooth as possible and to promote the partnership of parents and school in order to support the child together;

*to satisfy the child’s individual needs in a loving and supportive atmosphere providing praise and recognition which celebrates success.