Our academy has a strong sense of belonging and familiarity quickly develops. Our parents, teachers and children have a strong community spirit and are committed to ensuring the academy remains a happy and safe place for learning and growing. Parents are always welcome. Regular informal contact and communication with teachers is encouraged and every effort is made to develop a supportive relationship between home and academy.
Provide excellent primary education that provides breadth and rigour ‘every child, every subject, every year group, every day’.
Prepare children for the next phase of education and for later life.
Address challenges facing children and communities around disadvantage and social mobility.
Ensure that parents are ‘partners in learning’ and in the life of the Academy and the Trust.
An organisation where Learning Matters – ‘learning with, from and on behalf of others’.
Believing that outcomes improve when schools invest in their staff and collaboration.
Committed to growth, but only when we are confident of success for children, parents, and staff.