Our Aims

St. James the Great School aims to:

  • make prayer, worship and liturgy real educational experiences, contributing to the development of the faith of everyone in the school;
  • provide a framework within which all children are enabled to develop the highest possible level of achievement fulfilling their academic, moral, physical and spiritual potential;
  • create links between home, parish and school which prepare children for their future life;
  • help children to develop positive relationships through example;
  • ensure that the curriculum provides a Catholic setting in which children can grow in understanding and acquire knowledge, skills, attitudes and values;
  • provide support and development in a school which looks to Christ as the basis of its existence, for all staff and parents as well as children.

 

Mission Statement:

                                                                Discere cum dei amore - Learning with God's love

                                                              St James the Great RC Primary & Nursery School
                                             Serving Catholic parish communities of Thornton Heath and Norbury.

We have an Ethos of Excellence, guided by the beliefs and practice of the Catholic Church, where:

  • Love ensures we build a community inspired by Gospel values, where all feel safe, valued, respected and we have opportunities to ‘love thy neighbour’;
  • Resilience is promoted by providing a balanced curriculum, in which children can grow in understanding and acquire knowledge, skills, attitudes and values;
  • Determination and Self Belief enable us to work hard, so that we fulfil our academic, moral, physical, social and spiritual potential;
  • Faith is nurtured through prayer and liturgy, promoting respect for others and tolerance of differences.
  • Respect for ourselves and one another is fostered, and evident through our behaviour and conduct in school, at home and beyond

St James the Great RC Primary & Nursery School is an Academy in the trusteeship of the Archdiocese of Southwark.

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