To value our children and to achieve a common aim.
To encourage pupils to develop self-discipline and independent learning.
To enable all members of the school community to develop and grow as individuals.
To foster in the children a caring attitude to the needs of others and the environment.
To instill respect and tolerance of other pupils and eventually, through example, of other races, religions and ways of life.
To help pupils acquire the knowledge and skills relevant to adult life.
To enable each child to make his/her own valuable contribution to society.
To help the children develop lively, enquiring minds and to apply their knowledge to given tasks through carefully planned activities suited to the individual child.