Our school is a small, welcoming primary which seeks to live our vision, inspired by Jesus' proclamation in John 8:12: Jesus said 'I am the light of the World'.
We believe that relationships are key to helping each and every child to flourish, succeed and share their own 'light' with others. This enables them to develop the confidence to grow their individual strengths, talents and gifts. Our strong Christian ethos which is driven by our vision statement and five Christian values - Compassion, Forgiveness, Justice, Koinonia and Thankfulness - motivates us to develop as a positive community together, promoting a love of learning and a strong sense of family.
We are blessed to enjoy a rich, stimulating learning environment, including large outside spaces and a wonderful woodland to encourage outdoor learning and interaction. We are well-resourced; close to the excellent opportunities offered by Central London and children feel proud to belong to our warm, welcoming school.
We want our children to grow into respectful, confident and happy young adults and empower them to search for enlightenment, developing self-belief, acquiring a breadth of knowledge and experiencing a sense of pride when celebrating their own and other's achievements.
Our dedicated, skilled and talented team work hard to fulfill the vision of our school and give their best for our children with a sense of huge satisfaction when they see children improve, overcome difficulties and meet their potential.
Jesus said ‘I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life’ John 8:12
Jesus declares in John 8:12: ‘I am the light of the world’. This is evidenced in the Old Testament which used light as a symbol of God’s presence, God’s salvation, God’s law and God’s wisdom.
Inspired by this, the school has three dynamics at the heart of its mission:
Living – Light is representative of salvation, of new life and of the energy and power for living
Loving – Light represents good behaviours or ethics
Learning – Light represents revelation, illumination and enlightenment
Through the above, we aim to:
Koinonia, Compassion, Justice, Thankfulness and Forgiveness