Our Expectations & Successes
We expect children to take an active part in their learning, to ask questions, to challenge themselves and to care for themselves and each other.
We expect children to take pride in our school and in their learning.
We expect parents/carers to ensure children have all that they need for school - support with homework and regular reading, correct uniform and a positive approach to learning and our school life.
We expect parents and carers to ensure that children's attendance at school is prioritised at each stage of their school career.
'The supportive family ethos of this church school motivates pupils to aspire to succeed academically and to develop spiritually, morally, socially and culturally.' November 2015 Inspection of Anglican Schools Report
'Teaching observed through the context of this Review was consistently good and the pupil premium outcomes of children currently in the school indicates that gaps are rapidly closing.'
April 2016 National College Pupil Premium Review
‘This is a good school.’
‘There are good relationships between staff and pupils. Lessons are lively and engaging for pupils.Teachers and teaching assistants encourage pupils to ‘have a go’ and praise is used well to encourage pupils to do well. Pupils work together and support each other willingly.’
May 2016 Ofsted Report