Welcome to Our Lady of Peace Catholic Primary and Nursery
We are a mixed Catholic Voluntary Aided School with a Nursery Class, situated in the Parish of Our Lady of Peace, Burnham. The school which was established in 1961, became a First School in 1975 and an Infant School in 1996. In 2016 the Infant School amalgamated with the Junior School to form Our Lady of Peace Catholic Primary and Nursery School. We work in partnership with the Diocese of Northampton, Slough Local Authority, and the St Peters Partnership. The partnership between home, school and parish will be nurtured and strengthened by the opportunity for all members of our school community to contribute to the life of our school. Our Catholic faith, which is lived out in our daily lives, will be taught by example and explicitly through the “Come & See” programme and supporting resources. The children also will be helped towards an awareness and better understanding of other faiths and cultures.
Our Ethos and Values;
Supports and builds upon our Catholic faith which will be affirmed through meaningful and relevant collective worship appropriate to the age and understanding of the individuals, in partnership with the chaplaincy team, Father Joseph and the local church.
Encourages the spiritual and moral development through individual reflection, assemblies, and prayer. Spiritual and moral development will be nurtured by a shared understanding of expectations, example and a positive management of behaviour.
Offer a wide range of spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical, aesthetic, emotional and social activities which will develop respectful, loving, confident, well balanced individuals, who are enabled to reach their full potential.
Ensure that every member of our school has respect for self, others, all living things and their environment.
Build on the Christian foundations already established, in partnership with the home and parish.
Ensure that each child is offered a broad, balanced, and relevant education with equality of access to the Foundation Stage and the National Curriculum.
Ensure that every member of our school community is valued and celebrated.
Create a learning environment which will enable us to deliver the relevant curriculum and prepare our children to be citizens of the future. Every individual will be encouraged to become a ‘lifelong learner’.
Welcomes every visitor to our school and every member of our community will have a sense of belonging and pride and act as ambassadors for our school.