Ethos and Community

Burchetts Green C.E Infant School - Ethos and School Community

At Burchetts Green we all adhere to the School's ethos which is expressed through our mission statement

'Our mission is to provide a happy and secure learning environment underpinned by Christian principles where everyone is valued and encouraged to achieve their full potential'.

We firmly believe learning is a lifelong experience of which we are all part. Furthermore we understand that learning takes place when an individual feels happy and secure and this comes through nurturing self-worth and confidence.

This ethos is supported by active engagement with our Church School Values.

Trust, Compassion, Forgiveness, Endurance and Courage, Peace, Reverence, Thankfulness and Friendship

Equipped with self-esteem and tolerance, every child will leave Burchetts Green CE Infant school well set up for junior school and life beyond.

It is the aim of the school and at the heart of its ethos that every child leaves with a well-developed and strong sense of self, feeling valued for who they are as well as what they have achieved.

Burchetts Green children are exposed to a huge variety of different experiences in mixed age groups. Older children are given increasing responsibility within the school community and take care of younger ones. At Burchetts Green, every child knows every teacher and every teacher knows every child.

Through an ongoing dialogue embedded in our values and faith, children are confident and comfortable in themselves as well as reminded that they are part of a wider community which includes the school, the village, the church and beyond. In so much as the school embraces the difference in each child, it teaches the children to embrace the world and all its differences with self- respect and tolerance.

Contact Us At Burchetts Green

You are welcome to visit our School anytime - just telephone for an appointment.

Burchetts Green CE Infant School, Burchetts Green, Maidenhead, Berkshire. SL6 6QZ.



burchettsgreen@rbwm.org.uk Telephone: 01628 822926 Fax : 01628 826990

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