The Federation of Ampfield & John Keble CofE Primary Schools

Faith In Learning

Executive Headteacher: Marcus Roe

Vision Statements

  • School is a safe and secure place to be
    • We want our children to feel that they belong
    • We want our schools to be places where children know that they are safe and protected from harm
  • Promote and learn about our Christian Values
    • We want our values to underpin everything we do in our federation
    • We want our stakeholders to understand what these values mean to us and how they affect the way we do business
  • Provide an engaging curriculum
    • We want our children to love and enjoy learning and to actively engage in the learning process
    • We want learning to be accessible, inspirational and motivating for all children
    • We want to develop a curriculum where children are involved in what they learn
  • Understand that learning is hard work!
    • We want our children to be creative and try new things
    • We want them to understand that it is ok to make mistakes because we learn from them
    • We want them to persevere and show commitment to their learning
  • A culture of aspiration
    • We want to have high expectations for each and every child so that they can make good progress in their learning, no matter their circumstances
    • We want to develop and inspire our staff to develop both personally and professionally
    • We want to encourage a culture of both challenge and support
  • Celebrating success and valuing achievement
    • We want all those who learn or work in our schools to know that what they do is recognised and valued
    • We want to celebrate the achievements of individuals, groups and of each school in an appropriate way
    • We want to be proud of what we do well and not be afraid to promote our two schools with confidence
  • A strong sense of community
    • We want to develop strong and respectful relationships with our stakeholders, including parents, residents and local businesses
    • We want to work together across both schools to build our school communities and a ‘federation’ community
    • We want to develop very strong links with our two churches
    • We want to aim for effective and appropriate communication with our stakeholders
  • Difference and diversity are respected
    • We welcome children and families from diverse and multi-cultural communities
    • We believe that children are unique in the sight of God
  • Develop a deep sense of spirituality
    • We want to provide opportunities for all children to explore their own thinking and their relationship with God
    • We want all children (of faith, no faith or of different faith) to experience a deeper awareness of themselves and of the world around them