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St Cuthbert's Catholic

Primary School

Our Catholic Ethos

Our Mission.

 

''We are a Catholic Community living and learning in faith

through the Gospel values of faith, hope, trust and love.

We aim to recognise individuality and encourage each other to fulfil our potential.''

Our School Vision.

 

With Christ as our role model,

together we can give our children the roots to grow

and the wings to fly.

Our Values
(Ethos: what sets us apart from others)
F.A.I.R.

We believe Values are important - in particular our FAIR VALUES

Resilient, Respectful,

Articulate, Appreciative,

Independent learners who use can use their Initiative,

as well as having their lives rooted in our Catholic Faith.

 

F A I R

 F A I R

Here at St Cuthbert’s, we aim to develop:

 The Whole Child. 

Our intent is to challenge all our children to develop their own unique:

 Spiritual, Moral, Intellectual, Creative and Physical potential. 

We aim to value the importance of our World by looking after it

and appreciating all that is in it through our 

Outdoor Learning Curriculum

This is what Pope Francis has asked us to do in his Encyclical:

Laudato Si. 

An invitation everyone on the Planet to play their part

 

Our children are at the heart of our School. Learning and playing together in friendship, they are surrounded by the support of Staff, Parents, Governors and the wider Parish and Community.

At St Cuthbert’s we strive to deepen our:

 Faith 

"Living and learning as Jesus taught us,

with love and forgiveness in our hearts.

 

We seek to inspire our children with a Creative Curriculum, where as well as a sound foundation in the core skills of RE, Reading, Writing, Maths, Science and Computing we bring all subjects to life so our children:

Discover, Explore and Create.

At the same time, our children have the opportunity to develop at Sport, and understand the importance of good Health and Wellbeing.

Finally, we want our children to develop a Love of Learning that will serve them for life – being curious, learning to challenge themselves, learning from their mistakes and learning to try again.  

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