The St Anthony’s Mission Statement
‘Children in our heart,
Christ at the centre’
‘We love, we learn and we live’
Our Mission Statement is something we aim to live out every day. To support children with our mission, it has been broken down as follows:
Preschool and Year R
‘We love’ - to smile and stick together
‘We learn’ - to discover together
‘We live’ - to grow together
Year 1 and Year 2
‘We love’ - to care, share and be kind to everyone
‘We learn’ - to discover and explore together
‘We live’ - to enjoy and live our Catholic Faith
Year 3 and Year 4
‘We love’- sharing our ideas and our possessions.
To love and accept everyone just the way they are.
‘We learn’- be willing to persevere, to broaden
our horizons and to work together to learn.
‘We live’- be a good role model, to live out our
Catholic faith and to embrace new challenges.
Year 5 and Year 6
‘We love’- be a good role model in the way we treat others
and to be a good ambassador for the school.
‘We learn’- apply ourselves completely in every lesson
with resilience, perseverance and determination.
‘We live’- live fully and reach our full potential
as a member of the Catholic community.
To live out our mission statement, we are guided and led by our Catholic ethos that places the Catholic Social Teaching principles of Human Dignity and the Common Good at the heart of our school. We recognise that each of us is unique and loved by God and we are called to lead by example, as Christ did, to show respect and love to every person because each of us is made in the image of God.
Our ambition is for our children to be kind leaders of the future, who lead by example. With a strong sense of Catholic values such as love and stewardship, we hope our pupils will grow into young people and adults who will make a positive difference in society. "I like helping everyone to grow their faith, raise money, help the poor and help our school to grow." (Member of our Growing in Faith Together team)
"Our family are very happy and pleased with the Catholic and Christian ethos and culture of the school, where the children feel cared for, nurtured and learn to be supportive, kind, helpful towards each other and adults, and to have confidence and self-esteem in themselves and their relationship with God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit." (Parent Survey)