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As parents we are so pleased we chose St Botolph’s as we feel both of our children have had exemplary support and care as they have progressed through their school year.
Our aim is to promote aspirational, independent children who are happy, respectful and have self-belief.
We want all children to become creative, active and reflective learners, enabling them to be able to respond positively to the opportunities and challenges of a rapidly changing world and promote a commitment to lifelong learning.
Our Christian values are seen as essential in establishing our school ethos:
Creation – We celebrate and enjoy the world in all its diversity.
Community –We nurture positive relationships within the school and wider community.
Compassion – We support one another, sharing experiences.
Endurance – We persevere in the face of hardship and never give up.
Responsibility – We share a collective responsibility for our world, community and the people in it.
Trust – Trust lies at the heart of the relationships within our school.
Our curriculum drivers have been reviewed to drive us forward and to be at the heart of our curriculum, embracing our core values:
Social, emotional and physical wellbeing - As well as caring for their education, we also care for the children’s mental health and wellbeing and feel that it is essential to provide children with information to enable them to make life long, well informed decisions about their diet, physical and mental health.
Our world – We share a collective responsibility to understand and look after our world, realising our impact on it and the difference we can make
Spiritual and moral - We care for and develop the whole child spiritually and morally, enabling them to live with respect, tolerance and understanding