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North Cockerington Church of England Primary School promotes the social, emotional and intellectual development of each child in a happy, caring and stimulating environment, rooted in Christian values. At the heart of our school is the belief that all children are loved by God, are individually unique and that the school has a mission to help each pupil to fulfil their potential in all aspects of their personhood. We encourage the love of neighbour, the challenge and gift of service, and the experience of trust and forgiveness.


We trust that , in partnership with parents, we will have laid the foundation for our children to be happy, confident and independent. It is our hope that all our pupils become flourishing members of society, capable of applying and adapting themselves to the demands of living and working in an ever-changing world.


The School's aims are rooted in the five outcomes of the Every child Matters Agenda:Be Healthy, Be Safe, Enjoy and Achieve, Make a Positive Contribution and Economic Well-Being

A1 To provide a lively, broad-based curriculum incorporating academic, practical and aesthetic aspects;

A2 To develop opportunities for our pupils to ask creative questions and develop their thinking skills;

A3 To develop an esteeming ethos where children feel safe to explore their ideas and where they can consider others' ideas;

A4 To provide opportunities for our pupils to appreciate the diversity of a multi-ethnic society and foster a respect for the values, beliefs and traditions of others;

A5 To promote high expectations of what our pupils can achieve and high expectations of self-discipline with a clear acceptance of personal responsibility;

A6 To provide experiences to help pupils become increasingly aware of their responsibilities within the community and show both consideration for and sensitivity to others;

A7 To promote opportunities for individuality, to explore their own beliefs and the meaning and significance of faith.