Our Aims

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  • For quality Teaching and Learning where we aim for all pupils to reach their full potential.
  • To create a stimulating environment where learning and development is intellectual, practical and interactive.
  • To deliver the National Curriculum which enables and encourages the development of knowledge and skills.
  • To offer opportunities for parents, carers and the wider community.
  • To foster and nurture moral values, sensitivity, courtesy, respect and understanding of a range of relationships.
  • To encourage positive attitudes within and beyond the wider school community.
  • To develop a good understanding of a range of religions and cultural diversity.


Statement of Values and Ethos of Stithians C P School

Stithians C P School is a partnership between students, staff, parents and Governors who seek to create within the School and the community an educational environment in which the strengths and potential of all are realised; the needs of individuals are respected and high expectations are achieved and that ultimately the children enjoy their time in our school. We believe that it is very important that the feeling and atmosphere of the school is welcoming as well as one of caring and sharing.

We seek to:

To recognise and value the contribution of every member of the school community.

To maintain the tradition of achievement and academic excellence to the best of our individual’s ability.

To foster a community in which good mutual communications are promoted and in which, through pastoral care, all students achieve self-esteem and an appreciation of others with a sense of responsibility for their environment.

To provide a broad range of extra-curricular activities that give opportunities for all to develop individual interests and skills.

To encourage an understanding of other people’s lives and cultures within our own communities, and to give the children a wider global awareness, to this end we have forged links with a school in Sierra Leone.

To encourage a happy, well-motivated staff to work effectively and successfully through good leadership, efficient structures and the provision of resources.