Our inclusive learning environment , wider curriculum and high level of pastoral care all contribute to our children’s wellbeing and personal development, all the way from Nursery to Year 6.

The curriculum, as well as so many extra curricular clubs, trips, visits, sporting and leadership opportunities ensure that our children are well prepared for the challenges of secondary school and beyond. We teach our children to have self confidence, belief in their own abilities, perseverance to achieve their best and resilience to learn through challenges.

We teach children that diversity and difference is a strength, to be able to debate, question and think critically. We teach them the steps to maintaining healthy minds and bodies. They learn how to stay safe online, recognise potential threats to their safety, have zero tolerance of bullying and discrimination and cope with the challenges of growing up.

Our children learn and perform Shakespeare, raise money for charity, are avid recyclers … our children thrive and flourish in our care and of that, we are very proud.