The Aims of the School

  1. To provide a happy, secure, caring, healthy and inclusive environment where children are helped to realise their potential intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally, culturally, spiritually, and aesthetically.
  2. To enable each child to understand through the life of the school that all people are equally valued and important irrespective of age, race, creed, or gender. The children will be encouraged to become role models for others.
  3. To provide a rich and interesting curriculum and to relate learning where possible to real life situations and first hand experiences.
  4. To teach basic knowledge and give practice in skills and reasoning which will prepare the child to live in a rapidly changing world where he/she will have to be adaptable and cope with sophisticated processes and techniques.
  5. To provide a sound grounding in basic subjects in the belief that this gives a firm foundation for the future.
  6. To stimulate interest, curiosity, wonder and imagination.
  7. To develop a good self image, self motivation, confidence and independence, and the ability to understand and express emotions by working individually and as a team.
  8. To establish that learning is exciting, rewarding, absorbing, and an enjoyable and positive experience, so encouraging an appetite for acquiring further knowledge, skills and experience, to promote lifelong learning.
  9. To foster the child’s awareness of the community in which he/she lives, and the wider world beyond.
  10. To encourage the formation and continuation of a partnership between school and home and to actively involve parents in their child’s education and in the life of the school.