‘Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire.’
St. Catherine of Siena
Our mission statement “Be who God meant you to be, and you will set the world on fire” and was created with pupils, parents, staff and governors. We believe it underpins everything we do at our schools. All of the adults and pupils at The Annnunciation Catholic Schools, strive each day, to ensure we are safe, happy and excited to learn with the belief that we can achieve anything. With God’s guidance and blessing, we walk alongside our one another, as we undertake our faith and educational journeys.
Our mission is to recognise the value of each child, to nurture and to develop the God given gifts, talents and spirituality and to foster a secure and happy environment. This will be carried out within the atmosphere of a Catholic community where we travel together on our journey of faith developing our potential.
Prayer, worship and liturgical celebration will take the form of classroom and year group prayer, assemblies, and Masses.
There will be a positive recognition of the individual child, acknowledging the value of achievement in any area of the child’s development.
We aim to create a pleasant, friendly environment in our classrooms, which is conducive to learning
We shall endeavour to identify and meet each child’s needs.
We believe that by working harmoniously together for the good of all, we can create an atmosphere of mutual respect between all members of the school community.
We aim to foster links with the wider community – the children’s families, the parish and link schools. We will make the children aware of the less fortunate members of the community through the work of the Catholic Children’s Society and other agencies