I have come in order that you may have life - life in all its fullness'. (John 10:10)
With Christ as our guide, we learn, we love, we achieve together.
The values Christ embodied, the Gospel values, are the basis of our school life. The Gospel values are: love, forgiveness, reconciliation, justice, faith, integrity, humility, service, peace, hope and prayer.
We learn in a safe, encouraging community of high expectations for the achievement and conduct of all. The British Values - democracy; the rule of law; individual liberty; mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths – underpin our curriculum. We encourage all our children to develop the qualities of a Marist Learner: enthusiasm, perseverance, confidence, reflection, collaboration and independence.
At The Marist, rules about how we behave are based on this commandment: “Love one another”. We believe that it is important to value and respect others; forgiving and reconciling when mistakes are made.
we achieve together,
We work hard so that learning is stimulating, challenging and engaging. Our expectations for all children are high, for both work and behaviour. We celebrate the talents and achievements of all so that children can develop spiritually, academically, physically and emotionally.