Value achievement and work hard to ensure each child reaches their full academic, personal and social potential in line with national expectations, as a minimum and ensure that the barriers to learning are removed.
Understand that children are individuals and have different needs.
Encourage children to be different and have high self esteem.
Celebrate the diversity of our children's cultural backgrounds and encourage mutual respect for all.
Expect good behaviour at all times and help our children develop into good citizens, supporting the rights and needs of others.
Establish good relationships with children, parents/carers, all staff and governors.
Provide a curriculum that extends beyond the school environment, enriching their wider education within a culture where children are free to develop without being discriminated against because of sex, race, faith, language, ability or social class.