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St Michael With St John Church of England Primary School

Nurture, Inspire, Achieve!

Our Vision & Values

Our Vision


Guided by our Christian values, we strive to inspire and raise aspirations.  We will nurture our children so they are equipped to overcome life’s challenges and make a positive contribution to society.  We endeavour to instill love and respect for one another, working together to create a happy school community.


‘With God all things are possible’ (Matthew 19:26)


Our Mission Statement


Our mission statement is firmly based upon on our belief that, ‘with God all things are possible’. It is encapsulated in our motto, Nurture, Inspire, Achieve!



We care for, support and protect our children whilst they are growing and learning with us, and encourage them to do the same for each other and the wider community. 



We inspire each child to become confident, inquiring citizens with an enthusiasm and desire to learn and explore.



We develop each child to be capable of achieving in life, to develop academically and socially, and to succeed in school and beyond.


Our Core Values


Six core Christian values are at the very heart of everything that we do in school and across the school community.  These core values are key to creating the lovely, caring learning environment that we are very proud to have at our school. 






To read more about our Christian vision and core values, please visit the Collective Worship section of our website by clicking on the link below:

Global Neighbours Award

We are delighted to have achieved Bronze Award status in Christian Aid’s Global Neighbours Scheme. The accreditation scheme celebrates schools that are helping pupils learn about global poverty and the responsibility to tackle it, as well as giving them the tools to play a confident part in creating a fairer world.  


We are thrilled to be recognised for the work we have done as a whole school community to raise awareness of the extreme inequalities across our globe and perhaps more importantly, the steps we can take to address these. The pupils learn about global issues regularly and gain an understanding of injustice in our world. We took part in Christian Aid’s scheme because it gives us a practical way of living out some of our school values of love, respect and service, along with our Christian vision that includes making a positive contribution to society.


Further information, including our full assessment report can be read by clicking on the link below.