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We are an inclusive Church School with a commitment to providing quality education that meets the needs of all. We aim to create successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens through our Christian approach of love and cooperation. ‘Let all that you do be done in love’ encourages us to have a lifelong love of learning so we flourish as human beings.

‘Let all that you do be done in love’ 1 Corinthians ch16 v14 


We believe that as a school, we work in partnership with parents and carers to lead, guide, encourage and instruct children within a framework of rights, responsibilities, values and rules. Effective behaviour management is essential to the smooth running of our school and in the creation of an environment where everyone’s faith, rights and responsibilities are addressed. 

We are a Church of England First and Middle school where we respect and promote all Christian values. We have the highest expectations of conduct – we believe in the importance of good manners and in treating others with care and respect at all times, both in and outside of the classroom. 

School Values:








Through consistent implementation of this policy we aim to; 

• Support the improvement of standards of attainment of our children and ensure that every child has the opportunity to achieve their best. 

• Establish and maintain a happy, calm and safe working environment.  

• Create an atmosphere where achievement is respected and valued. 

• Have clear and high expectations of children’s work and behaviour.  

• Establish good working relationships and encourage mutual respect.  

• Form an effective partnership with parents and children in order to maintain good discipline and behaviour.  

• Celebrate the demonstration of good conduct and behaviour for learning.

If you or your child is worried about bullying, from any source, help is available from several support organisations and advice lines. They are:

  • Parentline Plus, Endway House, Endway, Hadleigh, Essex, SS1 2AN Tel. 0808 800 2222 or website: Having looked at this website, we believe that it is a very useful source of information and advice for parents who are concerned about bullying in schools
  • Anti-bullying: The next steps, Worcestershire County Council. This has useful links and information to support parents and pupils affected by bullying.

However, please remember that the school cannot do anything about problems we know nothing about – please talk to us!