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Enhancing Minds, Inspiring futures. 

Our key aim is to enable our children to return to mainstream education, whether this is in the short term or a longer-term progression route, equipped with all the skills they need to achieve and maintain success and make progress. 

We nurture self-esteem through the celebration of children’s efforts and achievements. 

Promote positive British values, and foster positive attitudes to all people, races, religions and ways of life.

Deliver a dynamic and innovative curriculum that challenges, excites and inspires children to achieve their best. 

Promote collective responsibility for raised standards and improved outcomes by ensuring that everyone understands their role in contributing to the success of the school.

Create an inclusive learning culture where children and others within the school are challenged in their thinking; strive for continuous improvement and are committed to life-long learning. 

Help children develop an understanding of citizenship and empower them to make valuable contributions locally and globally. Engage with the school and wider community to enrich and enhance children’s achievement and personal development.

Set high expectations to enable children to become effective, enthusiastic, independent learners. 

Treat children and others fairly, equitably, and with dignity and respect: to maintain our inclusive school culture.


High Expectations 

Community Focus 

Learning Centred 

Accountable At

All Levels 

Dynamic & Innovative 

Values Centred 

Celebrate Success 

Our Vision and Ethos

To ensure that every child is given the opportunity to fulfil their potential in a safe, secure and stimulating learning environment. To develop a group of people who are cohesive, aligned & passionate about changing children’s lives. 

We want our children to;

  • Be safe in the real and virtual world. 

  • Be healthy and happy. 

  • Enjoy learning. 

  • Achieve success and make academic progress in line with their peers.


  • Contribute to the school and society. 

  • Be prepared for a fulfilling life in the 21st Century as valuable members of society. 

  • Become good British Citizens. 

Develop a ‘will try hard’ attitude and aspire to achieve goals. 

Show care and concern, and exercise goodwill, tolerance and understanding towards others.



Take responsibility for the way we lead our lives and how we behave in different contexts: how we use our talents, rights and opportunities. 


Develop self-respect, and respect for others. Promote inclusion, and appreciate and value the diversity of people’s circumstances and backgrounds and respect the fact that we are British citizens, with the values that this entails. 


We want our children to show;

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