Mission and Vision Statements
Facta non Verba - Our school moto reminds us that 'actions not words' guide us in all that we do.
The aims of the school are to foster the Christian traditions of the school and to maintain the ethos of caring and consideration for others.
Within the ethos of our Catholic and Christian community our Mission is to create:
a respectful community which values individuality and diversity;
a welcoming and caring school;
a school where pupils and staff feel happy, supported, safe and secure;
a learning community with a strong sense of Christian values, working in partnership with parents
And to provide:
A wealth of education and moral experiences
Motivation for each child and adult to achieve their full potential
Recognition of achievements both inside and outside school
Vision Statement (2022)
Our school recently undertook a series of visioning sessions involving pupils, parents and staff. During these meetings we discussed a variety of options for our core values and vision statement.
Having reviewed all contributions, we have agreed on the following vision statement, which we can all share and passionately embrace to help lead us forward as one unified yet diverse community.
Our school vision is to provide within a nurturing and respectful community, a diverse and inspirational learning experience delivered by skilled, passionate staff to motivated pupils. We aim to empower each child towards striving for excellence and fulfilling their full potential.
This vision will be best realised by fulfilling our school motto: facta non verba; actions not words.
Our Core Values
As a community, we have identified four core values that stem from our School Vision and are woven into the very fabric of the school. We expect all members of the school community - pupils, staff, trustees and clergy- to model these.
Our core values are:
C – Care
This connects us with each other and our community. “We who are many, are one body in Christ." (Romans 12:5)
O – Opportunity
This means utilising what is provided within our school community. “So then, as we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith.” (Galatians 6:10).
R – Respect
This means regard highly, value, honour. "And as you wish that others would do to you, do so to them." (Luke 6:31)
E - Excellence
This means being outstanding or striving to reach your full potential. "Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart as working for the Lord." (Colossians 3:23-24).