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Ethos of a Church School

                      We are a Church School  


Our social, moral, spiritual and cultural  values underpin our distinct Christian Ethos and promote Fundamental British Values.

Ethos Statement


Within our Christian ethos, we aim to nurture the development of the whole child, through a holistic approach to education in order that they are ready to embrace the next stage in their education and as a member of society. We foster a lifelong love of learning and support the innate desire within us all to be kind. We teach our pupils to understand a need for justice, equality and to respect individualism in order to live harmoniously in a multicultural, global society.

We promote an understanding of the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle and support the development of emotional wellbeing.  We teach pupils to keep themselves and others safe and protected from harm. We encourage pupils’ future aspirations and support every pupil to be the best they can be.

Our Christian gospel states that each person is uniquely valuable in the sight of God. Our Christian ethos embodies kindness, tolerance, and mutual respect, to grow into the potential God gave us.


Golden Rules


Work Hard and Be Kind!


 Core Values  


Friendship, Courage, Peace,   

Justice,  Compassion, Hope,  



    Our Christian and British Values form the basis of our Class and Whole School worships. 


        Autumn Term                    Spring Term                                 Summer Term 


 British Values


 Democracy             The Rule of Law


Mutual Respect                      Individual Liberty                     


Christian Values


Friendship              Justice

Kindness                               Hope

  Courage                                   Peace


Ofsted 2018 reported....Pupils I spoke to take great pride in their school and appreciate the care that they receive from staff. Parents and carers are very positive about the school’s community spirit and supportive ethos. One parent’s comment was typical of many: ‘Our children are extremely happy and do well because of this safe and nurturing environment.’

School assemblies are a much-valued opportunity for teachers to celebrate pupils’ successes.




Commemorating 'Peace at Last' the end of WW1

Events and Activities promoting an understanding of Christianity, World Religions, Global Citizenship and British Values