"Let us protect with love all that God has given us"

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Behaviour for learning

For our policies on Behaviour and Anti-bullying please click this link

Parent/Carer Code of Conduct

Everybody within the school community deserves to be valued and treated with dignity, love and respect.  Our core understanding is that we  'protect with love all that God has given us' (Pope Francis 2013).

Using a Growth Mindset and Characteristics of Effective Learning!

We actively encourage our community to understand the characteristics of effective learning and how to use a growth-mindset.  At the start of the year we spend time learning about our brains and how to approach learning.  We have worked, as a staff, to use evidence informed practice to support our understanding of how children learn best. 


We nurture and develop the whole child so that our young people grow spiritually, academically, socially and emotionally.  Our aim is for them to become independent, resilient individuals with a strong sense of social responsibility and a desire to make a positive contribution to our world.

We have certificates and awards to celebrate our learning.  Please click this link.

We have a pupil profile of 16 Virtues and Values (see image above) which we encourage in our learners.  These are taken from the Jesuit Pupil Profile.  More information on our pupil profile can by found by clicking this link


Our Pupil Profile awards are given to children who demonstrate these characteristics.

We review our Learning Charter that sets out what inspirational learning in our school looks like. This is displayed in every classroom and referred to when teaching. 


Our Learning Champion Awards are linked to pupils demonstrating the Charter in their learning.

I ask all people of goodwill to help build a culture of encounter, solidarity and peace.

Pope Francis, November 2014

Becoming a restorative school

We are currently working and training with Oxfordshire County Council to become a restorative school.  We believe that this approach sits well within our Catholic Life.  Here is a guide for families on what being a restorative school means.  Click here.


There is also an information video presentation for families.  Click here.


Click here to access our policies and reports page and view our latest report.