Values & Ethos - Our Mission Statement

"A Christian community nurturing and inspiring each individual"

The School Mission Statement, as detailed above, can also be downoaded by clicking on the following link:

Mission Statement

Our School Council led a very special Collective Worship celebration where we launched our Mission Statement and each class was presented with a personalised Mission Statement for their classroom.

School Council Members

Above: Members of the School Council




Aims and objectives:

Christian Community

To be a Christian community bringing the Gospel to life by word and example (action/deed)


  • By being a welcoming and caring community

(vibrant environment, Christian symbols, displays, ‘open door’ policy, pastoral care of staff, children’s parents, annual self-evaluation)

  • By being positive role models living out the Gospel values

(positive class rules, reward systems, daily prayer)

  • By enabling our children to acquire an excellent religious education through a well taught and resourced Come and See programme

(updated documentation to support effective planning and delivery, staff training, Topic days, co-ordinators meetings, use of wide variety of Teaching and Learning strategies, differentiation, assessment, monitoring, evaluation)

  • By providing opportunities for quality Collective Worship, both in school and church involving the wider community.

(clear policy and guidelines, INSET, quality resources, effective planning, monitoring, evaluation)

  • By learning about other faiths, recognising and respecting the difference in each other.

(ASK group, trips, visitors, cross curricular links)



To nurture and inspire each individual to their full potential.


  • By ensuring that inspirational learning encourages awe and wonder.

(visitors, trips, resources, displays, planning)

  • By providing a broad and balanced creative curriculum.

(schemes of work, training, planning, sharing good practice)

  • By consistently delivering quality teaching and learning.

(CPD, monitoring, evaluating and sharing good practice, WOWS, resources)

  • By developing skills, knowledge and understanding in readiness for the future.

(Year 5 & 6 transition to high school days out, trips and visits, practical teaching)

  • By providing appropriate challenge and support to meet the needs of all.

(differentiation, planning, LSA’s and additional support, governors and volunteers)

  • By enabling everyone to work together to succeed.

(staff meetings, positive and constructive marking, peer assessment, moderation, learning triads, INSET)

  • By offering opportunities for learning outside the classroom


Wider community

To develop, maintain and strengthen relationships with church, home and wider community.


  • By supporting parents educating their children.

(New parents meetings, parent evenings, newsletters, reports, website, homework)

  • By providing opportunities for all to rejoice in success.

(sports day, achievement assemblies, WOPPS, choir performances, carol services and nativities, leavers services, achievement postcards sent home)

  • By maintaining positive links between school, home and the wider community.

(use of school – training, brownies, toy library, breakfast and after school club. Visitors, Collective Worship assemblies, achievement assemblies, share a prayer, sports clubs, Rosary group, feast day masses, coffee mornings)

  • By enabling all to be responsible citizens of the local and global community.

(charities – CAFOD, Mission Together, Good Shepherd, Nugent Care, Salvation Army, Cancer Research, Wigan and Leigh Hospice, The Brick Homeless project)

  • By working together with other schools sharing and celebrating skills and talents.

(WOWS art, music and sport festivals)