Executive Head Teacher: Mrs Jo Heaton

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Values and Ethos

At St. Peter’s Elwick CofE Primary School we have an inclusive ethos and strive to do our best to provide our pupils with the knowledge, skills and opportunities in learning to find their talents, enjoyments and to be prepared for the next stage in their education and their future life. We are proud of what our pupils go on to achieve both academically and wider, including in their next phases of education and their future careers. We firmly believe in developing our pupils to be a positive force for good in their local environment and the wider regional, national and international world as courageous advocates with a sense of responsibility for society.

As a Church school our mission statement is ‘put in here’. This was devised with our pupils, Big Fish group and our Governors to truly describe what we aim to do in our work at St. Peter’s Elwick. Further information can be found on our curriculum pages and our Church school pages.

Our motto is ‘Always our best’ which epitomises what we ask from all members of our school family, children and adults. We will always do our best for our pupils and we ask them to always do their best in everything that they do.

We have a set of school values that were devised in conjunction with our Governors, pupils, parents and staff. These are listed below.

Friendship and Trust
Always our Best (Service)
Thankfulness
Compassion

 

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