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The Rosary Catholic Primary School

Vision and Ethos

Aspire, Believe, Achieve: Together in Christ

The Rosary Catholic Primary School is a culturally diverse and multilingual community founded upon the teachings of Christ; a community which has love, compassion and reconciliation at its heart. We are committed to fostering a spiritual, thriving, community which nurtures each person’s relationship with God and in which all feel valued and equipped to fulfil their potential; a community in which people of empathy, fairness and friendship can flourish.

At the core of our work lies a passion for harnessing each child’s curiosity for discovery and lifelong learning. From the early years until they are ready to take their place as confident, responsible members of society, we aim to develop independence, perseverance and resilience in all pupils. We do this in an environment that is stimulating, challenging and fun.

At The Rosary Catholic Primary School, we believe that our learning journey is never complete and that learning from each other is an essential element of ours, and others’, success.

Mission Statement

Together, as God’s children,
We realise our dreams,
inspiring and encouraging one another
to reach our true potential,
transforming our world
through our unique gifts
September 2019


Our aim is for all our pupils to:

  • develop into people of compassion, empathy, respect and kindness, possessing a Christ-like response to all life’s situations
  • develop a life-long love of learning
  • make progress across all areas of the curriculum
  • develop a wide range of vocabulary to encourage their verbal confidence and increase their access to learning
  • become collaborative, enquiring learners
  • become confident readers who develop a life-long passion for reading
  • engage in memorable learning experiences that capture their curiosity and that encourages them to question and to form opinions
  • retain and embed their skills and knowledge in order to make a successful transition to the learning environment at secondary education level
  • to possess an appreciation of the local, national and international events that shape our world and our lives in the 21st century

21st Century World; 21st Century Learners