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Stanley St Peter's Church of England

Voluntary Controlled Primary School

Friendship, Forgiveness, Courage and Perseverance

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Stanley St Peter's Church of England

Voluntary Controlled Primary School

Friendship, Forgiveness, Courage and Perseverance

Ethos and Values

Ethos 

 

Our aim is to create a happy school where all children have an equal opportunity to develop socially, physically, intellectually, emotionally and morally by way of a broad and balanced curriculum and through stimulating, engaging and challenging teaching in a supportive Christian environment.

 

We strive to ensure that everyone at St Peter's realises their potential and has the opportunity to be successful. 

 

We use our school vision 'Unlock Potential, Celebrate Success' to promote positive attitudes to learning and to motivate our children to succeed in all that they do.

 

Stanley St. Peter’s Primary is a Church of England controlled school. Governors and staff are proud of this distinction and welcome the opportunity to place the Christian faith at the heart of our school.

Our Curriculum Drivers

Our curriculum drivers are areas that we value as a school (in addition to our Christian Values); they give focus to learning and are embedded throughout our curriculum.  They provide a mechanism to allow us to develop children as a whole and equip them for the future.

 

Opportunity

If we are to realise our school vision of 'Unlock Potential, Celebrate Success' our children need to be provided with the opportunities to do so.  Children can not aspire to things that they have never encountered.  We will broaden our children's horizons, by nurturing their interests as well as encouraging fearlessness of what is new or unknown and by providing them with a vast array of experiences.

 

Community

We will enable our children to develop the emotional literacy and excellent manners required in order for them to experience positive relationships based on mutual respect.  We feel that developing our school as a learning community is key to enable them to 'Unlock Potential and Celebrate Success'.  Through parental and community involvement, we strive to enhance the learning for both pupils and adults.  We want to encourage parents' and carers' involvement and for them to feel welcome and valued in our school.  We aim to help children understand that they are part of a global community in which they have an instrumental role to play.  We believe in the power of the school community to enhance and change lives.

 

Diversity

Children need to know more about the world, and the people and cultures within it than what is on their doorstep.  They need to experience the richness of the world's diversity, have the opportunity to challenge stereotypes and develop a commitment to promoting equal opportunities for all. 

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