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Visions and Values

Vision Statement

We strive to be ‘a small school with a big heart,’ and consciously create:

  • An environment of respect and inclusivity

  • Kindness, consideration and compassion

  • Positive memories

  • A harmonious community

  • Faith - in ourselves and others

  • Motivated, active participants in school life

  • Aspirational learners in all subjects

Mission Statement and adopted Scripture

By Following Jesus' greatest commandment in Luke 10: 27 the Governors, staff and children of Peakirk cum Glinton Cof E primary school work together to faithfully aspire, dream, nurture and achieve.

Luke 10: 27

Love the Lord your God with all your heart with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind; and love your neighbour as you love yourself.

Our core Christian values are at the core of everything we do.  They have been written in consultation with our local incumbent, staff, pupils and parents.  They are embedded in our curriculum and underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens.




We will be seeking to answer these BIG questions:

Children need values by which to live – true values against which to evaluate the world and its ways.  These values cannot be imposed, but should come from within, from the child’s inherent strength and as such must be nurtured.  As a Church School we recognise these as Christian values, as demonstrated in Jesus’ life.  However, research has also identified these values as those accepted and upheld throughout the world, by members of all faiths and none, as universal values which support happy, well-adjusted, socially integrated and morally responsible lives.

Our expectations are very high – and it is right that they should be – but what wonderful and worthwhile aims to uphold and work towards.  This is the vision of our whole school community – staff, parents, governors, church and children – working together to achieve.