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St Mary's CofE

Primary Academy

'Learning, Achieving, Growing in God's Love'

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Our Vision and Beliefs

Learning, Achieving, Growing in God’s Love’

Our school community is centred on the love of God, in His Son, Jesus Christ and strengthened by the Holy Spirit. We will be generous and visible people of Jesus Christ, reaching out in love to all, bringing hope, aspiration and life in all its fullness to our children.


We believe that education is focused on the development of the whole child. This involves their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development as well as their academic and personal development and well-being.

We believe that every child is unique, made in the image of God and precious in his sight.

We aim to provide a high quality education through a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum, within a loving Christian context.

Our Christian values underpin the vision statement and demonstrate how Christians live their lives in their knowledge of the life and teachings of Jesus and their wish and obligation to follow his example.

The Christian character of the school shapes the academic achievement and the personal development and well-being of pupils and is set out clearly in the agreed policies of the school, particularly around behaviour, disadvantaged pupils and our aspiration that every child deserves the very best educational opportunities that the school can offer.

We expect all adults within the school to model this vision and the underpinning values through their behaviour to all members of the school community.

We will work to ensure that parents are valued, encouraged and supported to be effective partners in their child’s education. That they are kept well-informed about their child’s learning progress and that the school takes effective steps to engage them fully in their child’s learning journey.

We believe in respect for the individual, for cultural and faith diversity which is a central strand of the school’s work and in equality of opportunity for all, to grow and flourish to be the very best they can be as future global citizens.

We value and wish to keep as active and vibrant as possible our links with St Mary’s Parish Church, St Neots and will welcome both clergy and other church members into our school to deepen and embed our Christian vision.