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Vision, Values and Aims

Our school Vision, Values and Aims


Our Mission Statement:

Our school promotes the mission and vision of Catholic Education and strives to create a dynamic, welcoming community where every child is valued and challenged to develop holistically. Our school staff  work together with home and parish to foster strong gospel values through the faith development and education of our pupils.

Our Values



School Aims:

  1. Learning and Teaching
    To engage our young people in the highest quality learning and teaching activities
    To ensure a broad and balanced curriculum that provides young people with the best possible learning opportunities and experience within a faith community
    To ensure that all learners are able to realise their potential through the promotion and recognition of achievement and
    To provide the highest quality of learning and teaching experiences that enable young people to enjoy their education and develop positive attitudes towards learning.

  2.  Vision and Leadership
    To develop a common vision among all members of the school community by providing the highest quality learning and teaching
    To ensure that all learners are able to experience a calm, positive and safe environment that promotes good behaviour, self-discipline and respect for others
    To exemplify our culture of values in action through our Rights Respecting Schools principles, practices and gospel values
    To promote high aspirations and a 'can do' attitude to promote creativity, innovation and equality for across the learning community
  3.  Partnership
    To promote and share the vision of the school with parents, partners and stakeholders through regular reflection and debate
    To promote our sense of belonging to a faith community through example of living out our gospel values
    To actively promote strong community and parental partnerships, which promote imaginative, creative and innovative contexts for learning
    To actively engage with all community partners to support and challenge our young people to overcome barriers and to achieve their full potential
  4. People
    To ensure that the morale of pupils and staff and their levels of commitment to the school are very high and are sustained through a sense of ownership and active experience of personal responsibility
    To create a learning community committed to identifying improvements and challenges
    To actively seek opportunities for collaborative and collegiate working opportunities, to share, evaluate and promote excellent practice
    To encourage pupils to take part in the decision making processes which influence the future vision of the school
  5. Culture and Ethos
    To provide a welcoming, safe and caring environment in which each learner is valued and
    To establish a culture of inclusion, acceptance and positive discipline through an ethos of
    To provide pupils with opportunities to develop skills in relation to their duties and responsibilities of citizenship in our school and community
    To build and maintain effective partnerships between the school, parents, external support agencies and the local
    To promote and develop positive relationships based on an ethos of mutual respect and shared vision

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