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Vision & Values

Mission Statement

We see it as our mission to grow the whole child - intellectually, emotionally, physically, socially and spiritually.  To provide them, within a Christian environment, with every learning opportunity possible and to empower them to be the leaders of tomorrow.

Vision & Values

At St. Peter and St. Paul CofE School, we want ALL of our children to have:

  • an enthusiasm and thirst for learning
  • access to an enriched, stimulating curriculum which meets their needs and empowers them to become articulate, resilient and independent learners
  • a school environment that is caring and welcoming
  • a desire to challenge their potential and to explore their talents
  • confidence to be themselves
  • an awareness of the world beyond their own
  • the skills necessary to succeed and flourish

We also endeavour to teach the children to:

  • constantly strive to be the best they can be
  • be inspirational role models
  • be empowered and self-confident
  • be creative and inquisitive
  • have healthy and active lifestyles
  • recognise the value of hard work and persistent effort when reaching for their goals
  • be effective communicators, able to negotiate, resolve problems and reach constructive solutions
  • cope with challenges which may present in their lives
  • be kind and respectful members of the school and broader community
  • support and help others
  • take pride in themselves and our school
  • appreciate British values which will enable them to have resilience and to thrive in the outside world
  • recognise and value the uniqueness of each individual

At St. Peter and St. Paul CofE Primary, we want a school where:

  • children are the priority
  • passion, enthusiasm and drive is at the heart of everything we do
  • children’s natural curiosity is encouraged and fostered
  • children are given opportunities to explore and experience new things
  • children feel safe and can therefore thrive and flourish
  • pupils exhibit excellent standards of behaviour and take pride in themselves and their environment
  • there is a distinctive Christian ethos along with a mutual respect for all other faiths
  • the workforce and volunteers are happy and take pride in making a difference to our children
  • staff members are approachable, committed and dedicated to providing the best possible education for our children
  • positive partnerships and mutual respect between all stakeholders; parents, staff, governors, church and the community helps raise aspirations for our children and enables them to become confident, successful and ambitious learners
  • individuals and groups from the community are welcomed into the school in order to share knowledge and to learn from each other.
  • every child is inspired, challenged and empowered