Chapel Allerton Primary School

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Visions and Values

Chapel Allerton Primary's Values and Ethos

Through collective dedication we will develop children who:


  • Are creative, imaginative, independent lifelong learners
  • Enjoy challenges, anticipate success and achieve the highest possible standards
  • Instill pride in the local community through their excellent behaviour, attitude and sense of citizenship
  • Believe in mutual understanding, trust, tolerance and respect
  • Are physically active and have developed the habits which ensure good mental, spiritual and emotional health
Our Aims
At Chapel Allerton we will:
  • Develop a love of learning which will remain with children for life
  • Develop lively, enquiring minds which question and argue rationally
  • Enable children to apply themselves to tasks and physical skills
  • Enable children to use language and numbers effectively
  • Promote British values and encourage children to have respect for all cultures and beliefs
  • Enable all children to fully access the curriculum
  • Ensure children understand the modern world and the interdependence of individuals, groups, communities and nations
  • Appreciate achievements and aspirations
  • Ensure children know right and wrong and develop high moral values. 
We achieve our aims by:
  • Providing a broad, rich, exciting and differentiated curriculum
  • Teaching core literacy and numeracy skills in a structured interactive manner
  • Creating a stimulating, happy, comfortable environment where children feel safe and secure
  • Building relationships based on trust and mutual respect
  • Promoting pride in our achievements through reward systems and praise
  • Consistently employing agreed rules and sanctions
  • Welcoming and developing partnerships with parents/carers
  • Utilising the knowledge, skills and opportunities provided by parents, carers and our local and wider community
  • Encouraging children to be aspirational setting high standards for their work, behaviour and relationships
  • Ensuring all families and school members understand and embrace the school mission/values
  • Providing children with staff who are role models of positive thinking and enthusiastic working with the highest personal standards which exemplify honesty, responsibility, courtesy, self belief and a desire to learn and improve  
  • Providing the highest quality of education for the pupils in our care.

‘Nurturing a lifelong love of learning’