Helping all our children fulfil their potential in every way is at the heart of our comprehensive and innovative education programme.
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Our determination to provide pupils with the best possible education can only be delivered by the best possible staff...
Outstanding education is a right, not a privilege.
Aiming for excellence in all that we do, inspiring our school community and nurturing, guiding and supporting our learners to grow and succeed.
With an innovative programme of music and wide-ranging sporting opportunities, children are given every opportunity to excel and take pride in their accomplishments.
Our vision is a dynamic community, built on Christian values, that enables our children to flourish.
We will encourage, challenge and inspire our children to go beyond their own expectations.
Our community will demonstrate love, care and respect for all, regardless of their religious and ethnic background.
We have high expectations of all our children in relation to their talents and abilities and ensure every child feels part of a happy, family environment.
Richard Clark, Head of School
All of this is achieved through our shared Christian school values;
Generosity, Compassion, Friendship, Courage, Thankfulness and Respect.
‘A voice for every child’Luke 10:25-27 The Parable of The Good Samaritan
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The Icing on the Cake
What a wonderful Autumn Term it has been so far in Year 6. With our overnight trip on the horizon, we are incredibly excited and have been focussing some of our recent energy on our Archbishop of York Youth Trust ‘Young Leaders Award’. Our current work towards the Award has been to focus on generosity, […]
Belgravia have been amazing investigators this week as they explored their learning of animals! We have looked at where animals live and the different habitats we find them in. We discuss why a Giraffe lives in the Savannah and the Shark lives in the Sea. We also talked about why they could not switch habitats! […]
Over the past few weeks, we have been looking at ‘The Exodus parable’ and ‘The Two Builders parable’. This week we thought about the things that God and Jesus would like us to think about when we are reading the Parable. We then painted stones based on those things. E.g trust. Who can we trust, […]