We want children to develop as well-rounded people, so our vision encompasses not only academic performance, but also many other talents such as sports skills, creativity and social skills. Furthermore, we want both to ensure that children are equipped to move on successfully to secondary school, and to prepare them to take their place in modern Britain.
In order to prepare them for their adult life in society, we aim to foster attitudes of tolerance and respect for different cultures and viewpoints (already a strength of our diverse and vibrant community), and prepare them to take an active part in the democratic process. Children will have the opportunity to express their views, and deal with differences of opinion in a measured way and take part in elections for the School Council. They will look outside their local community to learn about other cultures, and also see how they might help others less fortunate than themselves through their charity projects.