Our mission statement is shown through an image of each child as a tree. We aim for children to be given a firm foundation in life rooted in Christian values, sustained by God's love. We recognise that each child is unique and a valued child of God who needs nurturing to reach their full potential. The trunk represents our curriculum which is creative, rich and demanding and developing core skills of numeracy and literacy. The curriculum is enriched by visits, visitors and extra curricular activities and has a global dimension. We aim for our children to leave our school with certain attributes - these are as follows: resilient and able to adapt to a changing world, able to work collaboratively, concerned for our world, hopeful for the future, able to listen to others, willing to experiment, make mistakes and try again, able to take responsibility, caring and compassionate, appreciative of God, respectful of diversity, motivated and enthusiastic in their learning. These are represented by fruit on the tree. We have six core values which were chosen by the children and staff - these are thankfulness, trust, perseverance, respect, justice and forgiveness. We are currently exploring one value each half-term. Each week a child from each class is given a VIP (Values in Practice) award for demonstrating an aspect of the value.