'The school, through its distinctive Christian character, is outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners.' SIAMS Inspection Report

Our Vision

Supported by a strong Christian ethos, our vision is for all pupils to become independent learners, responsible individuals and global citizens.

Our Values

Following consultation with parents, children, governors and staff, the school developed its own set own values which pupils are expected to demonstrate as they work within the World Class Curriculum and demonstrate the values in their daily lives.

Through the school designed World Class Curriculum, children learn about a wide range of countries and, in doing so, are exposed to a diverse range of religions and cultures. School values support the pupils in this work.

Respect  Appreciation Friendship
 Honesty  Courage  Kindness


The provision for prayer and reflection within the curriculum as a whole promotes a deep level of spiritual awareness in learners.' The school's values are systematically taught through whole school Collective Worship and class based Prayer Space sessions. Values are taught within the context of Christian teachings and permeate all aspects of pupils' learning. 

'Collective worship is valued by members of the school community and contributes to the school’s Christian ethos through biblical teaching and the celebration of Christian festivals.'

'The school’s unique global curriculum, underpinned by the Church of England Vision for Education, results in high levels of academic achievement, personal development and wellbeing for all pupils.'

Denominational Inspection 2018

St Mary's Church

The school benefits from close links with St Mary's Church. Rev Morna Simpson is a member of the school's Governing Body and is also regularly involved in the life of the school, leading prayer space sessions across the school and special whole school church services linked to school values and Christian festivals.

'Links with St. Mary’s Church contribute significantly to the distinctive Christian character of the school andcollective worship enriching the lives of pupils and their families.'

Denominational Inspection 2018