“We grow, learn and achieve by following Christ”
We believe that St. Vincent’s School exists to be a vibrant, worshipping and welcoming community, based on the gospel values of love, truth and justice. We strive to acknowledge the needs of everyone and to encourage each person to nurture, value and use their unique God - given talents, as we travel together on our faith journey, learning from our many cultural backgrounds.
Fostering a life of faith through experience of a wide variety of prayer and liturgy
Developing Catholic practice
Encouraging social and moral values, which enable the children to respect themselves and others
Continuing to develop a partnership with parents, parish and community
Providing an inspirational curriculum and a stimulating learning environment
Having the highest expectations in the ‘personal best’ of each pupil - academically and pastorally.
Showing a generosity of spirit in relationships
Reviewing and evaluating our methods and practices
We are a sign of God’s presence to each person we meet and we aim to create an environment where each person, regardless of race religion, colour, sex, age, language, ability, job, background or family circumstance, feels valued and encouraged to develop a sense of worth, dignity, security and belonging.
Our staff, parents and Governors are aspirational and rigorous in delivering an outstanding education for all our children:
All St Vincent’s staff have a common understanding of our school values and contribute wholeheartedly to the Catholic Life of our school. Teachers understand that 10% of timetable is dedicated to Religious Education
Children reach the highest levels of personal achievement and development across the curriculum.
Children develop the confidence, resilience and determination for lifelong learning and a passion to take their place in an ever changing world result of a highly engaging curriculum.
Leaders are tirelessly ambitious with an uncompromising determination to ensure the safety, well-being and highest achievement for all children.
Home, school, parish and community partnerships enable children to thrive in a highly supportive, reflective, encouraging and engaging learning environment