Mission Statement, Ethos and Values

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Ethos

Wormley Church of England Primary School is a caring church school which sets high store on the value of all participants.  Expectations of care and concern for the well being of all children, staff and families are a central core of our Christian ethos.  Wherever possible, this informs our relationships and the nature of our interactions.

Mission statement

Our mission statement is: Have Faith, Take Responsibility, Show Respect and Achieve.

Our mission is to provide a planned, exciting and relevant learning environment in which all participants are welcomed and valued to achieve this.

Our educational aims

Visitors to Wormley Church of England Primary School comment on the warm, well disciplined, friendly atmosphere within the school.  We believe that children feel happy and secure in this environment.  This in turn creates the best possible attitude to learning.

Our aim is that, from arrival at Wormley, each pupil should move forward according to age and ability to learn. As a result we will provide opportunities that help children to develop as individuals with the knowledge, skills, behaviours and attitudes necessary for growth and development in our rapidly changing society, where high technology must be balanced with respect for humanity and the natural world. 

Inspiring lifelong learning

Within a broad Christian ethos, we intend to provide a welcoming, safe and stimulating learning environment that offers a rich, motivating curriculum to develop individuals and inspire life-long learning.

To facilitate our vision we aim:-

  •  To continue to ensure that every child enjoys learning and achieves their full potential regardless of gender, age, race, physical or intellectual ability or class in a happy and secure learning environment.
  • To raise standards by ensuring that the skills, values, knowledge, dispositions and talents of individuals are fully developed
  •  To promote the health, confidence and well being of all learners within the school enabling them to see themselves as valued and valuable members of a wider society
  •  To provide a strong framework for promoting good behaviour and positive attitudes in order to cultivate a safe and secure community in which everyone may flourish
  •  To give our pupils a sense of success and pride in all their activities and  prepare children for future economic well being
  •   To provide opportunities for our pupils to become successful independent learners through a wide variety of physical, intellectual and aesthetic experiences.
  • To develop the school’s role in the local and wider community and each child’s understanding of citizenship by continuing our strong links with the church and local primary schools, liaising with nearby larger secondary schools and encouraging links with local industry, residents and organisations.