Our Vision 2018-01-29T17:18:34+00:00

Valuing Achievement – Encouraging Independence


We enable our learners to understand the world around them, become fulfilled individuals and active and compassionate citizens by providing an innovative and outstanding education.

Our Eight Key Priorities:

In relation to our learners we will ensure that:

  1. We keep the emphasis unremittingly on the development of the whole learner.
  2. We deliver consistently high quality teaching and learning.
  3. We encourage all learners to make good or better progress.
  4. We work tirelessly to diminish the difference and overcome disadvantage.

In relation to the school culture and organisation we will strive to:

  1. Grow capacity and sustainability.
  2. Build a culture of teamwork and collective accountability.
  3. Develop and maintain high levels of staff job satisfaction and fulfilment.
  4. Strengthen partnerships within and across schools.

Our shared ethos is founded on collaboration, positivity and is solution focused.
In practice this means we…

  • Make time to listen

  • Compromise

  • Try to understand

  • Smile and encourage

  • Notice

  • Value and appreciate

  • Treat everyone with dignity

  • Keep each other safe and free from emotional and physical harm

  • Learn together and forever

  • Challenge

  • Persevere

  • Innovate and lead

  • Are reflective

  • Share

  • Celebrate and reward achievements

  • Keep each other safe and free from emotional and physical harm


After further consideration the decision has been taken for the school to remain closed on Friday 02nd March. Our risk assessment has been reviewed and based on the continued and predicted weather forecast it has been deemed as unsafe for the school to open. We hope you understand our decision and we are sorry for any continued inconvenience it may cause you.

Jenny Baker (Acting Headteacher) and Peter Floyd (Chair of Governors)

MET Office Update for Friday 02nd March Further snow showers or perhaps longer spells of snow are likely at times through Friday. There is an increasing chance that a further spell of more persistent snow may move north into parts of southern England, Wales and central England during the day. Icy stretches are likely on untreated surfaces. In addition, strong winds will lead to further drifting or blowing around of existing snow cover.