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Our Vision and Aims

We are committed to supporting the children, staff, parents, and the whole school community in their endeavour to ensure that the school strives for continued improvement and where the whole community are respected and valued.
The Vision and Aims of the school over the next five years (2017-2022) are to:

1. Ensure Our Lady of Peace Catholic Primary and Nursery School is an Outstanding School promoting a strong Catholic ethos.

Purpose: To achieve strong academic performance, across EYFS, KS1 and KS2, underpinned with Catholic values, and in the spirit of the Mission Statement. To develop the whole child socially, morally, and spiritually so that each pupil is best prepared for the wider world.


2. Provide a broad, balanced curriculum for all pupils including opportunities to specialise and lead in the arts, sports, and computing.

Purpose: To allow our children to develop their talents over a range of subjects and activities in the belief that such an education is a key aspect of our Catholic ethos and is essential to give all our children the best opportunities in life.


3. Provide the best physical infrastructure possible, on the existing site footprint, to promote an outstanding teaching and learning environment.

Purpose: To produce and implement a long-term plan, including appropriate funding streams, to develop a co-ordinated approach to integrating KS1, KS2 & EYFS facilities to confirm a single school ‘feel’ and to provide the additional facilities necessary to achieve the other objectives.


4. Be recognised as an outstanding employer. Our staff members are crucial to the school’s success and we recognise that we need to find effective ways to retain, recruit and train high quality staff in a competitive employment environment.


5. Strengthen links with the local community, and further afield, particularly working in partnership with local schools, our Parish and Diocese and the Local Authority. We want to further improve our effectiveness through co-operation and involvement with the wider community rather than working in isolation. We will continue to evaluate the best way to achieve this and this will include evaluating the benefits of joining an academy.

T. 01628 661886 E. post@olopprimary.co.uk