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World book Day 2017

Welcome to our school web site.

Here you will find information about our school, who we are and what we do.

If you require further information about the school, our approach to your child's education, or if you would like to visit the school to look around during the day,

do please contact me.

Mrs A Navas. B.Ed(Hons) NPQH


Vision Statement

Our vision is to work together as a Christian community to nurture our children within a happy, stimulating and caring school.

A place where:

Christian values are at our heart: endurance, compassion, thankfulness, forgiveness, justice and hope

Everyone is unique and welcome

We respect and care for everyone and everything around us

High standards are expected and achievements celebrated so that everyone is able to reach their full potential

Self-esteem and confidence are nurtured on a journey of self- discovery


Our school is proud to have a distinctive Christian character. We show this through:

Daily worship

Weekly worship in church

Daily prayer

Prayer corners in every classroom

Children regularly say The Lord's Prayer

Our R E is enquiry based and encourages children to make comparisons to the Christian faith

Whilst also teaching about other world religions.

The cross having a prominent place within our school

The children hearing the gospel read weekly outside of worship time and opportunity

to discuss and ask questions about the bible stories heard

We celebrate Christian festivals

We have a close relationship with the church and the rector and support and promote each other's interests

House teams are named after Saints and are celebrated

'Christian Values for Life'

Our school has 6 'Christian Values for Life' which underpin all of our work in school. They are:

Endurance- see Psalm 118

Although the word refers to humans standing firm in the face of hardship, persecution or scorn, it is important to note the constant assurance in the Bible that God's love, mercy, faithfulness and righteousness endure forever

Compassion- see Matthew 9:36

Compassion' and 'sympathy' have much in common and both are stronger in meaning than simply 'feeling sorry for' someone.

The words have their roots in the idea of 'suffering with' someone, putting yourself in someone else's shoes and experiencing what they experience. This leads to a desire to act, to do something.

Thankfulness- see Luke 17: 11-19

Thankfulness has always been at the centre of the life and worship of God's people. 'Songs of thankfulness and praise...' are at the heart of Christian worship. Thankfulness is directed towards God who gives and sustains life. Seeing the world as God's creation underpins the way we approach everything in life, seeing it as a gift and not as a right.

Forgiveness- see Matthew 18: 21

Forgiveness is fundamental to the character of God. Throughout the Bible, God is described as slow to anger, abounding in love and forgiving sin

Justice- see Proverbs 29:7

Justice also means giving all people - particularly the poor and oppressed - what it is right and fair for them to have: life, health, freedom and dignity. It is about acting out of a concern for what is right and seeing right prevail.

Hope- see 1 Corinthians 13:13

Hope is a universal human phenomenon. Where hope is lost there is despair and disintegration. Hope generates energy and sustains people through difficult times. For some people, hope is so strong that it inspires self-sacrifice to turn hope into reality. True hope is much more than a general idea that things will get better. It is more than a belief in progress, which sees the world and people as getting better all the time, growing away from violence, ignorance and confusion

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