The school exists to care for the needs of children, and all those in the school should work in their best interests. This means we must constantly create a school and classroom climate that fosters learning and values in which the school feel, and are, safe and secure. The children should recognise and adhere to boundaries and guidelines and understand their purpose.
Our lessons and activities should stimulate the children's minds and spark their imagination. They should steadily grow in skills and knowledge and leave us numerate, literate and socially and emotionally well adjusted young people. Where it exists we should overcome disadvantage. Children should achieve their potential in fitness and in sport.
When our children have grown and matured we want them to remember their school as a good place, a place that inspired lifetime learning and set them fair for a happy and worthwhile life and career.