- To inspire our pupils to fulfil their potential through high quality teaching and learning, in partnership with their parents and as a School.
- To create a safe, happy, thriving community that is conducive to learning in its broadest sense, with an emphasis on moral, social, cultural and spiritual development.
- To achieve an enriched community by becoming even more equitable, diverse and inclusive, strengthened and anchored by our Core Values of Honesty, Kindness and Respect.
The principles of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion underpin our intent. Additionally, we place real value on achieving Equity, recognising that within our diverse community, adjustments may need to be made to eliminate unique barriers. Together, these are the pillars on which our EDI strategy stands. We understand what these principles mean to the School and believe we will achieve them by making the change from a ‘fitting in’ to a more inclusive ‘fitting together’ mind set.
We value everyone. All in our community are equally valued and fairly treated. We place equality at the core of our employment, management and teaching practices.
We celebrate the fact that our staff, pupils and extended community are from a range of social, cultural, religious and ethnic backgrounds. We understand that each of us is unique and that these differences make us collectively stronger.
We believe everyone should be listened to, heard, able to contribute to the School community and left feeling that they belong. We provide opportunities to mix and share and believe everyone should have the freedom to express themselves without inhibition in a psychologically safe environment.
We seek to ensure the wider School curriculum promotes and celebrates Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. In our drive to create a cohesive community, we remain committed to identifying and overcoming unconscious biases, removing obstacles and creating access, so that all our stakeholders feel valued, respected and like they belong.