By understanding our children and families, we are able to more effectively meet their needs and expectations. All staff are committed to undertake their work based on the desire for every child to attain high levels of achievement and for everyone to be proud of what we do.
We set high standards for ourselves and others, working with willingness to take initiative, make decisions, act and seek to continually review and improve what we do.
We believe all individuals matter and deserve respect. We show consideration and empathy for the physical and emotional well-being of others, are honest, trustworthy and understanding of different roles.
We create a positive and rewarding environment for everyone. We have a belief in inclusion, diversity and the ability of all to achieve their absolute potential and we take pride in the school’s successes.
A culture in which everyone is proactive in safeguarding children and protecting staff with an increased awareness of child safety issues. Pupil voice is given high priority and everyone has a clear understanding of boundaries and guidelines about relationships between adults within the school and pupils.
We have a school climate that fosters continuous self-evaluation and improvement within a framework of creative thinking and flexible approaches.
These values are shared in ‘child speak’ as school rules: