Learn more about our
Vision & Values
Let Your Light Shine
We believe in a child focused approach which aims to challenge, support and engage all pupils and their families from our community
We offer exciting learning opportunities to unleash the creative minds of our school community
We aspire to create the minds of the future through innovation, passion and enthusiasm
At the Schools of Woolton Hill we believe that wisdom comes from God and that this value helps us to contribute to the world around us.
Children and staff in our Federation learn the ability to use knowledge, understanding, experience, common sense and insight to make sound decisions and sensible judgements.
“For the Lord gives wisdom, from His mouth come knowledge & understanding.”
At the Schools of Woolton Hill we believe that we must show respect towards each other as everyone’s contribution is important and everyone’s feelings should be considered.
Children and staff learn to appreciate and celebrate difference. We develop a respect for everyone and everything on our planet so together we can all share and enjoy our precious world.
"Treat others as you would want them to treat you.”
Matthews Gospel 7:12
At the Schools of Woolton Hill we believe that courage is a life-long process of challenging ourselves to be the best we can be – even when this becomes hard.
Each day, children and staff learn to stick to a task even when it is difficult. We stand up for our beliefs and what we believe is right. We are brave to say ‘no’, even when others are not.
“Be strong & courageous, do not be frightened, for the Lord your God is with you wherever we go.”
Learn more about our vision & values
The vision is such an important part of improving the quality of eduction that we can offer our children. It paints a picture of what we're working together to achieve.
Our core values sum up how we want to teach our children to act as they go on their primary school journey.
In this video, learn about the importance of our vision and how this and our school's values are applied and guide all aspects of the school and learning from day to day.
Mr Paul Davies