To help students develop full potential with lively and enquiring minds, the ability to question and discuss rationally.
To foster a warm and friendly atmosphere within a caring school community in which students’ self-esteem and respect for others can develop.
To provide a broad, balanced curriculum which fulfills the requirements of the National Curriculum and which should be appropriate and matched to the development level and needs of individual students, giving due regard to the fundamental importance of maths and language.
To help students to acquire knowledge and skills, encouraging them to take pride in their achievements.
To promote the good conduct and sense of responsibility
To promote respect for local values, tolerance of other races, religions and ways of life.
To help students to appreciate human achievements and aspirations.
To help students to understand the world in which they live and the interdependence of individuals, groups as well as nations.
To provide equal opportunities, responsibilities and rights regardless of race, gender, background and ability to children.
To enhance the partnership among students, parents and school in the education of our children.
To promote the role of the school within the community, to encourage our students to care about and take responsibility for our environment both locally and globally.