There is an emphasis on the personal, spiritual and academic growth of every child within the safe, loving and Christian environment provided by the school.Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) Report 2017
Our policy seeks to promote Self-esteem and Positive Behaviour. This is underpinned by our collective values, agreed in consultation with our children, staff and governors. These are:
Our rewards and sanctions, which are reviewed regularly by the school council, staff and governors, reflect these values.
We care for each child as an individual and encourage dialogue and contact with parents. Any concerns we may have are shared with parents and carers and this strengthens our core belief, that child thrive and achieve when there is a positive home/school partnership. In order to facilitate communication we hold two parents’ evenings every year and write an individual report for each child. We also make ourselves available for informal discussions when requested. We have a school code of dress, which we feel helps the children to identify with, and be proud of, our school.