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Visions And Values

Following our consultation last year with our families, children, staff, Diocese and Governors, we are excited to announce we have a new school vision and values:

Our vision:

We aim to inspire happy, well-rounded individuals who respect each other and strive to become the best versions of themselves. We care for each other, celebrate our individuality and uniqueness, and nurture a sense of belonging and connection, so that all members of our community flourish, feeling safe, valued and accepted. We do this by living out our values which are rooted in the Christian narrative.


At the heart of the community, with the children at the heart of the school.


Our Values:









Our values are rooted in the Christian narrative:


      Humility  Ephesians 4:2 “Be completely humble and gentle: be patient, bearing with one another in love.”

We self-reflect and are thoughtful towards others.    

      Empathy  Colossians 3:12 ‘Clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.’

We are kind.

      Ambition John 10:10 ‘I came so that everyone would have life, and have it in its fullest.’

We recognise each other’s strengths and talents.  We nurture self-esteem and well-being so that all have the courage to achieve their potential.

      Respect Matthew 7:12 “So in everything, do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”

We show positive regard for ourselves, for others and our environment. We act with kindness and consideration towards each other.

      Trust    Proverbs 3:5 ‘Trust in the Lord with all your Heart’

We will be brave, authentic, honest and vulnerable and be each other’s friend.

Our visions and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens. 


Our aims


• To enable your child to develop to their full potential intellectually, socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually.

• To work within a balanced achievement based culture with high expectations.

• To build and develop the essential partnership between home and school for the ultimate benefit of the children in our joint care.

• To maintain the highest quality of care amongst all in our school community.

• To encourage an awareness of the religious dimension of life with special reference to Christianity.

• To develop a sense of self discipline, personal responsibility and responsibility for others in the school and the wider community.

• To offer a broad and exciting curriculum.

• To develop and promote an awareness for a healthy lifestyle, healthy eating and economic well being.

• To utilise all available opportunities to enrich and extend the learning of all children

Equality statement


Providing Equal Opportunities is the responsibility of the whole school community and must be reflected throughout the organisation of the school and at the heart of its ethos. The taught and hidden curriculum will provide opportunities for all pupils to thrive. At All Hallows we recognise that treating people equally does not always mean treating them the same. All curriculum subjects should be planned with Equal Opportunities in mind. They should expose all of our pupils to a wide range of learning experiences and promote an awareness and curiosity about the world. Our curriculum aims to prepare all of our pupils for life in modern Britain and to be citizens of a diverse and changing world.  



Our school logo was designed by a former pupil, Jessica Barker, and reflects the core strands of our ethos.