Good with many outstanding features.  Ofsted, March 2015

Outstanding.  SIAMS, July 2015

Our vision

Learning for Life

“Teach me good judgement and knowledge”

Psalm 119:66

As a Church of England school and a founding partner in the Uttoxeter Learning Trust community, the teachings of Jesus are at the heart of all we do.  Whilst striving for excellence, we celebrate achievement in all its forms and encourage pupils and staff to flourish and live life in all its glory.


“Clothe yourself with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience”

Colossians 3:12


“I can do anything through Christ who strengthens me”

Philippians 4:13


“For God gave us a spirit not a fear, but a power and love and self-control”

2 Timothy 1:7

Our Mission:

  1. Encourage all children irrespective of background or ability to fulfil their God-given potential and flourish. Our broad and balanced curriculum takes a holistic approach to education ensuring that spirituality, emotional intelligence, physical development, academic excellence and social skills are developed creatively across a range of school subjects.


  1. Deliver a safe space for children to develop philosophical and theological thinking through Religious Education as a core subject; delivering inspirational lessons which bestow upon pupils the skills to understand Christianity as a living and diverse faith, whilst teaching a knowledge and respect of other faiths and world views.


  1. Value education is its widest sense; building on our history and Christian foundations, making the most of today in order that we can make even more of tomorrow and the days, weeks, months and years that lie ahead. This is Learning for Life: ‘teach me good judgement and knowledge’ Psalm 119:66


  1. Foster respect for all God’s children; embracing difference and diversity and teaching all to live well together in an inclusive, welcoming community, supporting each other to remove or cross barriers and live with dignity and respect.


  1. Reinforce the Christian values and beliefs that will make our children good people: kind, honest, forgiving and courageous.


  1. Care deeply about our pupils’ and staff wellbeing and mental health, appreciating that it is the genuine quality of relationships that matter. We strive to support each other to flourish, achieving happiness and fulfilment.


  1. Encourage our pupils to approach local and global communities with a deep sense of integrity, justice, responsibility and courageous advocacy; identifying and challenging injustice.


  1. Collaborate primarily with St Mary the Virgin church to share the teachings of Jesus through inspirational collective worship. Develop, deliver and evaluate opportunities for pupils and adults to express spirituality through varied worship experiences.


  1. Encourage and nurture exploration, creativity and compassion with unlimited and unbounded energy. At Windsor Park learning is not a spectator sport.