Our Mission Statement:



It is our primary aim that everyone feels valued and respected in a pastorally rich learning environment to ensure:

  • Every child experiences a captivating curriculum equipping them for life
  • Every child develops lifelong learning skills to know more, remember more and do more
  • Every child adheres to the values of being: ‘Respectful, Ready, and Safe’ and it is our primary aim that everyone feels valued and respected and that each person is treated fairly.


The school will:

  • By example and positive teaching, provide children with a respect for the values and needs of others in their community, including those of different races and creeds.
  • Provide and maintain an environment in which all children and adults can work happily together.
  • Ensure that every child makes the best possible progress in English, Maths, Science and ICT and lay foundations of basic knowledge, key skills and understanding in all areas of National Curriculum
  • Deliver a challenging, wide and enriched curriculum, with the choice for every child to learn a foreign language, make music and take part in sport.
  • Develop close relationships and links between parents and school, so that there is a shared understanding of the aims and values of the school and the roles and responsibilities within the partnership.
  • Provide high quality information to parents about their children's education through formal and informal meetings and regular written reports.
  • Maintain close links with the parish, local and wider community and encourage children to see the importance of their role within these areas.

The pupils will become:

Successful Learners who: 

  • acquire basic skills to prepare them for their future.
  • enjoy learning and have inquisitive minds. 
  • are motivated, confident and independent.
  • are resilient and are able to learn from their mistakes.

Confident Individuals who: 

  • form and maintain relationships, working independently and collaboratively.
  • are aware of their strengths and weaknesses. 
  • can take risks and feel a sense of achievement.

Global Citizens who: 

  • express their own emotions and feelings and has awareness of others.
  • behave responsibly.
  • take pride in their own culture and are able to respect the culture of others. 
  • make positive contributions to their community.

Emmaus Catholic Multi-Academy Company: Motto, Mission, Vision and Values

A family of schools, united in Christ and working as one, to provide the very best Catholic education, faith formation and personal growth, rooted in Gospel values

Excellent Catholic education for all in the heart of our communities: nourishing faith, nurturing talent, fostering aspiration

Believe Christ and the teaching of the Catholic Church are at the centre of all we do. We believe there is no limit to what, with Christ, we can attain.

We encourage our staff and young people to: be curious about the world, embrace new ideas, meet challenges and aspire to reach the highest standards.

As responsible stewards of our people, resources and environment, we promote sustainability to preserve Catholic education and protect our communities.

We work collaboratively, with integrity and respect, to share expertise, training opportunities and best practice for the benefit of all.

We recognise the Christian call to serve within our schools and wider communities. By caring for others and putting their needs first, we acknowledge the gifts God has given us and recognise Christ in those we meet.

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