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Headteacher : James Pynn
Age Range : 3 to 11
Number of Pupils : 43

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Our Vision and Values

St Hilda's, Ampleforth Church of England Primary School Mission Statement

'Where everyone grows'

 

 St Hilda's, Ampleforth Church of England Primary School Mission Statement

Our vision is to help children develop a sense of respect, tolerance and self-confidence.  We encourage and support children to achieve their full potential and to develop a life-long passion for learning.

As a church school at the heart of our local community, Christian values underpin our work with the values of respect, trust, compassion and perseverance fundamental to our relationships and our commitment to ensure equality for all pupils.

We are a welcoming, friendly and caring inclusive school, committed to working in partnership with parents, governors and the Church

Aims of the School

  • To be an inclusive school in which all learners are given equality of opportunity and treated fairly.
  • To provide academic excellence by providing teaching and learning of the highest quality and by promoting the moral, cultural, spiritual, social and physical development of our pupils.
  • To provide a rich and varied curriculum, in line with national requirements, that ensures that all children are challenged to achieve their best, have high aspirations and become confident, independent learners in exciting and well- managed classrooms.
  • To promote and nurture Christian and family values within a happy environment where everyone feels valued and secure.
  • In developing Christian values we will aim for all children to have respect and understanding for different cultures and religions and an increased knowledge of the global community.
  • To provide a happy, welcoming, safe and stimulating environment which promotes curiosity, creativity, enjoyment and interest in all aspects of learning.
  • To develop flourishing school, home, church and community links.

 

Interpreting the law for our school

Parents may withdraw their children from Collective Worship on grounds of conscience should they wish to do so, but we believe that Collective Worship is inclusive and beneficial for all pupils.  Parents are asked to contact the Headteacher to discuss any concerns. 

 

Arrangements for those children withdrawn from Collective Worship 

It is hoped that no child will have to be withdrawn from Collective Worship, but where this is the case the following arrangements will be made.  A member of staff will provide and supervise an alternative activity in the Library. 

 

 

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