Our Aims

  • To develop in each child a range of skills, talents and values, such as: diligence, tolerance, respect of others, courtesy and general demeanour.

  • To develop in each child their thinking, initiative, self-discipline and creativity.

  • To enable each child to experience success, progress and enjoyment academically, personally and socially.

  • To develop a respect for the environment and an understanding of the world in which we live.

  • To deliver a diverse education which is firmly based on Torah principles and combined with the National Curriculum.


Child Safety


The School’s prime responsibility is the welfare and well being of all children in our care. We work with children, parents and the community to ensure the safety of children and to give them the very best start in life.


Safeguarding includes issues such as health and safety, bullying, meeting the medical needs of children with medical conditions, providing first aid and school security. Child protection refers to the activity that is undertaken to protect specific children who are suffering, or are likely to suffer significant harm. 


We aim to proactively safeguard and promote the welfare of our children so that the need for action to protect children from harm is reduced.


 We aim to do this by:


  • Creating an environment that encourages children to develop a positive self-image, regardless of race, language, religion, culture, and home background through our curriculum.


  • Helping children to establish and sustain satisfying relationships within their families, peers and with other adults.


  • Encouraging children to develop a sense of autonomy and independence.

  • Creating within the School a culture of value and respect for the individual.

  • Enabling children to have the self-confidence and the vocabulary to resist inappropriate approaches. 


  • Working in partnership with parents to build their understanding of the commitment to the welfare of all our children. 


  • Providing adequate and appropriate staffing resources to meet the needs of children, meeting regulatory requirements for ratios and class sizes.


  • Introducing key elements of safeguarding into our curriculum, so that children develop an understanding of why and how to keep safe. We ensure that this is carried out in a way that is appropriate for the ages and stages of our children.


  • Ensuring that all parents/carers know how to raise concerns about a staff member or volunteer’s action within the School, which may include allegations of abuse.  Parents have access to a copy of the procedure which is also clearly displayed on our notice board.


COVID-19 Risk Asssessment

COVID-19 Parent's Guidance