Vision, Values & Aims
Stapeley Broad Lane CE Primary's vision is for all our pupils to become lifelong learners, developing curiosity, creativity, and a passion for learning.
Our adaptive and exciting curriculum enables pupils to flourish and reach their unique potential.
Our mission is to empower young minds with faith, knowledge, and compassion. We envision a future where each child discovers their unique gifts, embraces Christian values, and thrives academically. We are committed to nurturing a community where love, faith, and academic excellence unite to shape the citizens of tomorrow.
Our Christian values are hope, fairness, wisdom, courage, compassion, respect, resilience, and trust.
Our vision and values are at the heart of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment that prepares our pupils as confident and happy members of the community whilst also celebrating differences and diversity.
As a Church of England school, we pride ourselves in promoting a strong Christian ethos within a caring and inclusive environment. Through the teaching of the ‘Stapeley Way’, we believe it is important to develop Christian core values that will impact the way we live our lives, both at school and in the wider community as God intended.
At Stapeley Broad Lane CE Primary School, we are guided by faith, nurturing hearts and minds.
‘As you go, step by step I will open up the way before you’ Proverbs 4:12
At Stapeley Broad Lane CE Primary, we do this through:
- ensuring a safe, welcoming, and inclusive environment for children and adults, where everyone is valued and has the opportunity to contribute and flourish;
- the pursuit of academic excellence in all areas, with a determined desire for each child to make the best possible progress as a result of high aspirations, hard work, and the development of a personal love for learning alongside the highest-quality teaching and support;
- offering the widest possible breadth of curriculum both within school and through extra-curricular activities.
- creativity and positivity in all we do, mixing innovation with tradition;
- planned and spontaneous opportunities for spiritual development through reflection, discussion, and harnessing curiosity, as well as the provision, at the heart of our school life, of daily opportunities for prayer and worship;
- the development and modelling of strong, positive, and loving relationships, with peers, amongst the school community, and in the wider community;
- the promotion of respect and compassion for ourselves and for all others, by cultivating positive emotional and physical well-being, by celebrating the diversity within and outside our school
- pursuing a sense of community and responsibility for others and for our local and global environment, enjoying working together towards our common goals.