Our Ethos

Our Schools are at the heart of their village communities, providing happy, safe and stimulating environments rooted in Christian values.

We encourage our children to become independent, resilent and self-motivated learners to enable them to grow in self-esteem, acheive success and flourish as confident, well-rounded individuals in the rapidly changing world. 

Working togther with our parents, we nuture each child's potential. promote a lifelong love of learning and we value the impact of emotional health and wellbeing. 

We recognise the role of all pupils, staff, parents and stakeholders for promoting emotional health and well-being.

We strive for excellence and enjoyment in all that we do.  


Our Aims 

To nuture our children, within a supportive Christian environment, so that they are happy, confident and well-rounded individuals.

To work in partnership with our school families and our local community, and to value pupils voice.

To inspire our children with a rich and deep curriculum, designed for them, where the arts, physical education and music are championed.

To support our children to become independent, resilient and self-motivated learners by creating an environment where they have the freedom and confidence to take risks.

To develop our children as global citizens, who share responsibility for the natural world, and feel empowered to make positive changes.



Designated Persons for Child Protection are the Headteachers, Ms Carol-Anne McCollum and Mr David May

Deputy Designated Persons for Child Protection are Mrs Featherstone, Mrs Heidi Martin and Mrs Rebecca Chapman-Hill