Everything we do as a school is underpinned by our six core Christian values; Faith, Service, Integrity, Responsibility, Truth and Excellence.
We encourage and value close links with parents and carers who are at all times most welcome to come and take an interest and support our school. “Working in Partnership for Success,” is central to ensuring outstanding provision for all of our children and adults in our community.
- Learning is an exciting journey and we should seek knowledge always!
- That with a growth mindset, we can all achieve above and beyond anyone’s expectations.
- That we are all different and that is what makes us unique and exceptional.
- Cultural and religious diversity should be celebrated and we should always take a keen interest in the world around us.
- That modelling our six core Christian values and having impeccable manners will help us stand out from the rest.
- That we learn best from our mistakes and that being a ‘purple learner’ helps us build resilience or what we often refer to as ‘bounce-back-ability’, tenacity, perseverance and grit.
- That stepping out of our comfort zone often brings incredible opportunities and experiences!
The school governors, most of whom know the school as parents, share responsibility for the school, provide links with parents and the local community, and support the staff and pupils. We are proud of the achievements of the school and its pupils.
At Crowmarsh Primary School we are committed to excellence and ensuring a safe and secure environment for our school community. Our aim is to prepare all of our children to be independent and confident individuals of modern Britain; becoming responsible citizens who make positive contributions to society. Fundamental British values are taught through our rich and creative curriculum that pupils take part in. Please click below to see how British Values are developed and the opportunities we provide our children with to learn all about them.
Please click below to see the highlights of our school Vision that has helped develop the School Development Plan for 2014-2017. This was created in consultation with all stakeholders.
During our annual parent, staff and governor meeting in May 2016, we all thought about the key skills and traits that we would like our year 6 pupils to have when they transition to secondary. The key words are shown below. Our aim is to create well-rounded children, ready to succeed in the 21st century.