Recognising its historic foundation as recorded in the school’s Trust deed, the school will preserve and develop its spiritual character in accordance with the principles and practice of the Church of England. This will include respecting other faiths and working in partnership with the Church in the parish of St. Peter with St. James Brackley and at diocesan level.
Pupils are helped to understand that the values promoted by the school are those described in the Gospel accounts of the life and teaching of Jesus Christ: the perfect example of a life well lived to the glory of God and the good of others.
Known in the community since 1871 as the ‘Feed My Lambs’ school, it has that Gospel story as its model for the pastoral care of its pupils.
'We are a Caring, Celebratory, Courageous, Christ-inspired, Community rooted in love.’
These Christian values are explicit in all that we do and are reflected in our aim to:
We have been known in the community since 1871 as ‘Feed My Lambs’ school and it is this Gospel story that we use as the model for the pastoral care of our children. We have extended the six Christian Values which are most important in our school to show how they incorporate many of the other Christian values which our school think are important:
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