Thank you for taking the time to visit our school website. Our website aims to give you a taste of school life, as well as providing regular updated information for parents, pupils and visitors on our curriculum, what’s happening in school and special events.

Our school has a caring, family atmosphere where everyone is known and valued for all that they are. We show love and respect to each other and care for one another very much and because we are a faith-based school, we see God as our Father.

Children have many different interests, skills and abilities and huge potential, and we work hard to make the education we offer as broad as possible to meet this range. Our school is a busy, happy place with hardworking staff who are dedicated to ensure that learning is as fun and enjoyable as it can be so that our can achieve the very best academically too. We are very proud that our children consistently leave our school with excellent results.  

We hope that your child will thrive at our school and that, as parents and carers, you will become fully involved in your child's education, and the life of the school.

The school vision is based on Matthew 5:14-16, ‘Let your light shine so that together in God’s Love and Grace we learn, inspire others and grow.’  Everything we do is based on this vision.  

If you need any further information or would like to make an appointment to visit, please contact us or our school bursar via or 01772 877200.

Best wishes

Lucy Sutton & Louise Quayle


OFSTED May 2022

"Leaders are determined that all pupils will thrive. They have planned a curriculum that supports pupils to achieve well"

"Pupils develop as active and caring individuals, fulfilling the school’s aim to ‘live as a light to others’. Pupils take pride in the wide range of leadership opportunities that they undertake"

"Leaders have placed reading at the heart of the school’s curriculum. Across classes, pupils talk with enthusiasm about the books that they have read. Pupils read for pleasure and they develop as confident and fluent readers"

"Pupils behave well in class and around school"

"Teachers plan exciting activities that capture and hold pupils’ attention"

"Leaders plan a wide range of opportunities to develop pupils’ understanding of the wider world. For example, pupils visit theatres, museums and exciting locations such as London"

Parental Views:

"There are high expectations and it's nurturing"

"All staff are efficient and friendly"

"There's a family feel and everyone is supportive and helpful"

"My child is very happy at school and is enjoying her education"