As a Church of England Primary School, the Christian ethos is at the heart of our school family and underpins all that we do. Our moral values and teaching are Gospel based and uphold the message of God’s redeeming love. Whilst these are the principles of faith upon which our school and church stand, we actively promote respect and tolerance for our ‘neighbours’ of all faiths, races and cultures.
Our curriculum promotes not only the academic development of all our children, but also their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. This means we encourage our children to be unique, creative, independent individuals, respectful of themselves, their fellow children in school, those in our local community and beyond. We actively promote their development towards becoming caring, democratic, responsible and tolerant adults who will make positive contributions to our society and the wider world.
A new website has been launched by the Government to help parents protect children from extremism. The Educate Against Hate Website draws on resources from charities including NSPCC and Childnet as well as Government guidance to assist teachers and parents with the expertise they need to challenge radical views and keep their children safe.