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Our Ethos



To achieve high academic standards through inspirational quality teaching and learning, delivering a creative and enriched curriculum with equal opportunities for all.

To provide a stimulating, supportive and happy learning environment which promotes challenge and adventure where pupils are inspired to achieve and exceed their full and unique potential.

To nurture a ‘can do’ attitude where all children believe that they can achieve more than they thought possible.


To provide a school environment which is welcoming, engaging, safe and secure that enhances and enriches the curriculum both inside and outside.

An environment which supports all children to become self-disciplined and self-confident in order to equip them for life ahead.


To foster relationships within our school community which are respectful, tolerant, kind and forgiving.

To develop, encourage and expect Pupils, Staff, Parents and Governors to be Resourceful, Resilient and Responsible Leaders and Learners.

School Development Plan

Every year we develop and refine our plan for continued school improvement making sure that how we deliver our aims stays fresh, relevant and challenging. These are our school development priorities for 2023-24:

Objective 1 – to develop a curriculum that has clear progression of skills and knowledge, and that engages, excites and encourages a love of learning; whilst also ensuring all children have the provision they need to be successful.

Objective 2 – To ensure teachers have the skills to enable the effective teaching of phonics and that effective and robust systems are in place to: monitor teaching, assess and track pupil progress, and continue to develop skills for teachers and pupils alike.

Objective 3 – Ensure teaching, learning and assessment are strong across the school.

For more information on our long-term strategic plan for the school, please read the School Strategic Plan