Learning for all, caring for each other, preparing for the future
Let us encourage one another – Hebrews 10:25
Our school community has reflected on what we want for every child who attends St Oswald’s CE Primary School, and together we have compiled a vision for our school.
Learning for all…
Our curriculum and teaching is designed to build resilience and a ‘can do’ attitude and provide opportunity for all pupils in our diverse community, including those who are vulnerable, to flourish and be the best that they can be. We want to stimulate imaginations and encourage our children to think deeply.
Caring for each other…
Everything we do in school should contribute to children’s personal, spiritual, moral and cultural development, and we want the whole school community to work together in kindness, acceptance, mutual respect and a willingness to forgive. Every pupil and adult should have the opportunity to be their best and do their best in a supportive and loving environment.
Preparing for the future…
All children within our diverse community are to be celebrated for their uniqueness and equipped with the sense of belonging that fosters confidence and self-belief. A purposeful, relevant and engaging curriculum will build on prior learning, equip our pupils for today and prepare them for the future. We aim to encourage independence, and responsibility, with the opportunity for our pupils to play a valued role in school and the wider community. We want our pupils to think creatively, develop ambition and have the confidence to stand by their convictions.
Our guiding scripture:
“Let us encourage one another.” Hebrews 10.25
This scripture reminds us that together we can achieve so much more than we can alone, both in our lessons and in our faith journey.