“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” Matthew 7:7
Our school vision is deeply rooted in the theology and Biblical teachings of Matthew 7:7 which speaks of the importance of prayer as a way of developing an enriched life and personal relationship with God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
At the heart of our school community is a commitment to prayer and worship. Our curriculum provides children with a thirst for knowledge and wisdom, a high level of challenge and a deep understanding that we are all equal and made in the image of God. Our relationships with each other, our local community and global companions leads us to want to care and serve others.
Our vision is lived out through our Christian values of:
Through our vision we aim to provide:
• A strong sense of purpose based on our Church of England tradition and an active partnership with The Annunciation, Marble Arch.
• Religious Education that is based upon strong Biblical teaching and theological concepts in an environment where spirituality is treasured and nurtured.
• Daily acts of Christian worship that allows space for personal reflection and prayer.
• A holistic and enriched curriculum where achievement is celebrated and equally valued.
• Strong and positive relationships fostered amongst staff, children and parents/carers in an inclusive and welcoming learning community that is forward thinking and outward looking.
This website and the information that it contains gives you a flavour of what our mission statement means in practice. It means happy children who feel welcomed and welcome others to their school. It means children who are engaged with their learning, are excited by education and are motivated and want to achieve. It means children who are successful and know they are valued. It means children that have respect for themselves and have respect for one another. It means children that understand the teachings of Christ and understand how these lessons can help them in their daily lives.