To inspire for life.
We encourage individuals to be confident and considerate; fostering self-respect and self-belief.
Personal responsibility and service to others are expected; both have opportunity for expression within the school and beyond.
In all areas of school life we seek to nurture talent and aspiration, to encourage perseverance and to prepare young people for the challenges of adult life.
We achieve our aim through a strong working relationship between pupils, staff and families which is founded on the following values:
The Foundation’s Christian ethos guides our caring and straightforward approach. We treat each other with respect and uphold our tradition as friendly and compassionate schools.
We value debate which is open, honest and informed to stimulate creativity, intellectual curiosity and initiative.
We challenge ourselves and each other to change for the better.
We provide a community to be proud of, where pupils can explore, make mistakes, learn and grow. In order to do this:
We put the well-being of our pupils first, with excellent pastoral care.
We encourage successful learning through effective teaching and a commitment to a broad education.
We recognise and reward success and commitment, progress and achievement.