Life with us is very much about promoting a positive atmosphere in which pupils can develop a passion for life-long learning.
Using positive reinforcement is one of the ways in which we make sure this happens. We believe that it gives children the boost they need to make the right choices in their lives inside and outside of the classroom.
Excursions, such as to museums for history and to the countryside for geography, help support the learning process and connect theory with practice, allowing our students to experience the practical relevance of what they have been taught.
We believe that education extends far beyond the school itself. Trips take place each year and are very popular. These are planned to extend and enhance the curriculum.
Parents are asked to make a voluntary contribution to support these activities, if there are any problems with this please contact the school. Without these contributions such activities cannot take place.
As a Church of England Academy within the Diocese of Peterborough, we strive to nurture the whole child: mind, body and spirit.
Our Christian foundation is at the heart of our ethos and our aim is for that to come through not only in what we teach, but how.
We have a strong, productive and supportive relationship with the local church and there are many opportunities for children to support their local community, as well as consider their role within the wider world.