Our Ethos and Values
The priority of our non-denominational School is the happiness and well-being of every child within a secure, friendly and nurturing environment. We believe that children are our most valuable resource for the future and we are committed to providing an exciting and stimulating learning environment where every child is valued and encouraged to reach their potential.
We achieve this by the introduction of a wide, varied timetable of extracurricular activities designed to inspire and challenge all our pupils. Music is an important part of the School’s provision with singing and the learning of a stringed instrument incorporated into the daily timetable. Drama, French, swimming, football, yoga and ICT are all part of the curriculum at present. Offering a wide variety of timetabled activities available to all children regardless of their gender, race, religion or family background, benefits children in many ways.
Our commitment to encourage self confidence, self reliance and self esteem is underlined by the provision of these extracurricular activities. We also encourage independence of thought, the development of social and interpersonal skills and a responsible attitude towards property and the environment.
We aim to provide an exceptionally caring, nurturing and friendly environment as the happiness and well-being of the children in our care is our top priority.
We aim to develop children’s self esteem and confidence in their own ability to become successful learners, in a fun and inspirational way and with the emphasis always on the positive.
We promote good behaviour in a fair and consistent way so that children feel secure and develop a clear understanding of right and wrong.
We provide the right balance of education and care to prepare them emotionally and academically for the transition to more formal learning.
We encourage learning through play, with activities that stimulate each individual child’s natural curiosity in an atmosphere of encouragement and praise.
We encourage consideration for others, honesty, kindness, empathy, independence, creativity, imagination and collaboration in both work and play.
We aim to provide an all round education by focusing on a child’s physical, emotional, intellectual and social development.
We recognise that trust and open communication with parents is vital to the happiness and success of your child’s time at school.