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Our Mission & Vision

Our Mission Statement 

"Together in the spirit of love and forgiveness our family learns to grow with hope and joy"

Love one another as I have loved you. John 13:34

At The Holy Spirit we are driven by our values and have tailored them to meet the needs of our pupils, our school values are:

Love, Mutual Respect, Forgiveness, Teamwork, Honesty and Responsibilty.

These values were chosen carefully and reflect our Mission Statement, to help guide our children to develop positive attitudes for the future and encourage each child to be the person that God intended them to be. We prioritise, caring for each other, our environment and our wider world. 

The Holy Spirit Vision for our Children - Love- Believe-Achieve & Thrive

We aim to inspire pupils to be the best they can be, to live life to the full; where children can shine bright and be a guiding light for others ( Matthew 5: 13-16) so all pupils learn to love, believe, achieve and thrive. 

We aim to offer a curriculum that develops well-rounded happy pupils that enjoy learning, achieve their potential and become independent life-long learners, who can think for themselves. We enjoy sharing success by celebrating every achievement, no matter how small. Children,staff, parents and governors will work together to create a safe and supportive environment, where every child can thrive in their work and play. We will aim high, striving for every child to achieve more than they thought possible.

We will deliver our curriculum by providing opportunites that are challenging, meaningful and memorable; that it will provide the cultural capital for our children to succeed in life and discover their particular talents.

We believe education should take place in a fully inclusive environment, with equal opportunities for all and strives to be at the centre of our communitiy, with positive and effective links to the wider world. 

Our Aims

To deliver a curriculum that is driven by independence and challenge:

Continue to develop our curriculum to reflect the needs of our ever changing world; in doing so we will ensure that it fully meets the needs of our pupils and to ensure, each reaches their full potential. We want our pupils to build a sense of belonging and pride. Therefore, it is our responsibility to make certain that children acquire the relevant skills and understanding to be tolerant, kind, accepting and confident.

We want children to develop a thirst for learning so we will continue to build on strong foundations. We will build strategies to support our children to know more and remember more so that new learning is built on what they already know. School will be outward facing and continue to work with other professionals and share good practice.

We will continue to support CAFOD and bring awareness of our wider world. We will encourage chldren, "not to want more, but to be more," to be grateful for what we have and find beauty in their world. We will encourage children to think posiviely and put their safeguarding and wellbeing first. 

Staff  will provide  a safe learning space, where children can learn from mistakes, and fully understand that mistakes are part of the learning process. By doing so this will allow all children to develop their confidence and resilience in a supportive, caring environment, where lessons are challenging, fun and rewarding; where pupils will become problem solvers and reflective learners; for them to take responsibility for their own learning and experience pride in their success.   

We know how important it is to work together in partnership with parents and carers, to provide the very best for our children. We welcome all parents to take an active role in school life. As adults it is our responsibility to be positive role models, so that our children will become balanced individuals, socially, emotionally and academically. 

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Contact Us

The Holy Spirit Catholic Primary School

Cotterill, Halton BrookRuncorn WA7 2NL

Main Contact | Ms Caroline Dineley

01928 563148

[email protected]