Aims and Values

School Aims

  • Our school will provide a happy, secure and stimulating environment where everyone will be inspired to do their best.
  • Our pupils will be guided towards a loving relationship with God, through example, prayer and the teachings of Christ.
  • Our pupils will be competent, independent lifelong learners, with high self-esteem.
  • Our pupils will be confident and caring in their relationships with others in the school, and with the community at large.
  • Our pupils will be creative and critical thinkers who will be able to respond positively and enthusiastically to the challenges of our ever-changing world.
  • Our pupils will have a desire to contribute positively to society and to take responsibility for each other and the environment.

Values and Ethos

Child support and development

  • To value each member of our school family.
  • To create in each member an awareness of his/her Christian dignity.


  • To provide a curriculum which will prepare pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life, recognising the pupils as individuals so that they may reach their full potential.
  • To recognise the curriculum, in its content and delivery, reflects the fact that Jesus Christ is the foundation of the whole educational enterprise.
  • To foster, develop and sustain faith, hope and love of God through a broad curriculum based on the Gospel.

Communications and relationships

To build a school family based on mutual respect and support for all its members, whereby each is valued as a child of God.
To encourage and maintain a mutual openness in communications between all members of the school community whilst maintaining proper respect for each other.

The school in community

  • To promote a sense of responsibility based on Gospel values, developing into an appreciation for the needs of others at home, in school, parish and community, local and worldwide.
  • To initiate an awareness of other peoples beliefs and forms of worship.

Worship of God

  • To encourage children towards the knowledge and love of God, leading to a desire to pray.
  • To provide opportunities through devotional and liturgical celebrations which lead to the supreme act of worship; ‘The Mass’
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