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Mission Statement and Aims

Vision Statement Hand in Hand with God we love, learn and achieve
JTMAT:  We believe in the power of education to improve lives – and the world’

Scripture  No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and his  love is made complete in us.
1 John 4:12 (NIV)

Values   Galatians 5:22-23 Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness,
faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.

Vision Statement  
Our vibrant church schools inspire confident, enthusiastic, high achieving,
lifelong learners within a loving Christian community so that all may fulfil their
God given potential.

Who are we? Educating for personal development

· We nurture a culture of physical and mental health and wellbeing to enable a state of openness, happiness and contentment.

· We offer an inclusive, compassionate and supportive ethos where we celebrate the diversity and uniqueness of every individual and ensure that all may flourish and have an abundant life.

· We foster and nurture children’s understanding of their own identity, and positive self-worth and esteem where they know their strengths and have the knowledge, skills and confidence to take their next steps in learning and life.

· We have the highest expectations of behaviour where children learn choices in a supportive and safe environment.

· Children cope wisely when things go wrong through conflict resolution, forgiveness, love and reconciliation.

How do we learn Educating for wisdom, knowledge and skills

· We maintain the highest expectations of achievement through crafting a bespoke, vibrant curriculum, opening        horizons and creating a culture and environment which motivates each individual to be the very best that they can be.

· We enable confidence and delight in seeking wisdom and knowledge, and develop talents in all areas of life.

· We inspire a generation of independent lifelong learners who take pride in and celebrate their achievements taking ownership of their learning.

· We develop positive learning attitudes through our RESPECT approach. 

How do we live? Educating for community and living well together

· We engender collegiality with a core focus on relationships, listening to, sharing with and learning from each other.

· Our community is built on the basic principle of respect, valuing the preciousness and inherent worth of each person.

·  We provide children with the environment to grow spiritually and morally through our curriculum, worship and links with the church to create a tolerant and supportive community built on good relationships and mutual respect.

· We develop children as good citizens, in our local, national and global communities, valuing and respecting human dignity, diversity, engendering tolerance and challenging social injustice.