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The Vision Statement:

Our vision is to prepare children to be active and responsible members of society within a happy healthy and safe environment founded on Christian values.

We create a setting where every child counts and where we develop pupils to reach their potential.

 

Our Values.

TRUST – We value that everyone in the school community feels trust in each other, supporting each other in the childrens learning journey.

FRIENDSHIP – We value the chance to make friendships in the school, local and church communities. We show care, compassion and forgiveness for each other.

FAMILY -  We value the school community as a family where we share experiences  and feel loved, happy and secure.

RESPECT – We value that we are fair to each other and embrace each other’s  differences

 

Our Aims

St Andrews Church of England Infant School aims are firmly based around providing high quality education for all our children.  The Governors, Headteacher and staff continuously work together to provide a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum for each individual child, enabling them to realise their full potential and thereby help prepare them for the challenges of our contemporary world.

 

We endeavour to follow our agreed general aims, which are:

 

  • To provide a rich and lively learning environment in which pupils feel secure and motivated.
  • To encourage pupils to be active in their learning and to develop the skills of independence, in an atmosphere of   mutual respect and confidence.
  • To ensure that every pupil has access to a curriculum that is broad, balanced and relevant to individual needs and our contemporary society.
  • To encourage pupils to realise their full potential.
  • To encourage positive attitudes and a love of learning.
  • To develop religious and moral values and empathy with all people, irrespective of their religion, race or gender.
  • To involve parents as partners in the education of their children
  • To create a stable and caring community, both within and around the school, guided by the ethos of the Church of England.

 

Our vision is

 

The Vision Statement:

Our vision is to prepare children to be active and responsible members of society within a happy healthy and safe environment founded on Christian values.

We create a setting where every child counts and where we develop pupils to reach their potential.

 

Values Statement:

Our Values.

TRUST – We value that everyone in the school community feels trust in each other, supporting each other in the childrens learning journey.

FRIENDSHIP – We value the chance to make friendships in the school, local and church communities. We show care, compassion and forgiveness for each other.

FAMILY -  We value the school community as a family where we share experiences  and feel loved, happy and secure.

RESPECT – We value that we are fair to each other and embrace each other’s  differences

 

Our Aims

St Andrews Church of England Infant School aims are firmly based around providing high quality education for all our children.  The Governors, Headteacher and staff continuously work together to provide a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum for each individual child, enabling them to realise their full potential and thereby help prepare them for the challenges of our contemporary world.

to prepare children to be active and responsible members of society within a happy healthy and safe environment founded on Christian values.

We create a setting where every child counts and where we develop pupils to reach their potential.

 

Values Statement:

Our Values.

TRUST – We value that everyone in the school community feels trust in each other, supporting each other in the childrens learning journey.

FRIENDSHIP – We value the chance to make friendships in the school, local and church communities. We show care, compassion and forgiveness for each other.

FAMILY -  We value the school community as a family where we share experiences  and feel loved, happy and secure.

RESPECT – We value that we are fair to each other and embrace each other’s  differences

 

Our Aims

St Andrews Church of England Infant School aims are firmly based around providing high quality education for all our children.  The Governors, Headteacher and staff continuously work together to provide a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum for each individual child, enabling them to realise their full potential and thereby help prepare them for the challenges of our contemporary world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Our Contact Details

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Headteacher -

Mrs Joanna Orbell

St Andrews Church of England Infant School
High Street
Great Linford
Milton Keynes
Buckinghshire
MK14 5AX

Telephone: 01908 605515
Email: office@st-andrews.milton-keynes.sch.uk

 

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St Andrew's Church of England Infant School is now officially federated with Sherington Church of England. Infant School
www.sherington.org.uk/school

The St Andrews and Sherington Village Church Schools Partnership
School Governors  as at January 2017

 

GOVERNOR

TYPE OF GOVERNOR
DATE OF APPOINTMENT

ROLES
AND
RESPONSIBILITIES

COMMITTEES

 

Joanna Orbell
office@st-andrews.milton-keynes.sch.uk

Tel: 605515

 

Declaration of Business Interests

None

 

Teacher Governor

 

Interim Executive Headteacher

Race Equality Governor

 

Finance/Resources Personnel
Marketing

 

 

 

Jan Waugh
jan.waugh@st-andrews.milton-keynes.sch.uk

Tel: 605515

Declaration of Business Interests

None

 

Teacher Governor
St Andrews
From September 2006

Deputy Headteacher

 


Curriculum

Committee Meetings

 

 

David Argent

Declaration of Business Interests

None

 

Community Governor

Co-opted


From December 2008

 

Chair of Governors
Chair of Performance Management Committee

 

 

Finance/Resources Personnel               Curriculum
Marketing
Performance Management

 

Nigel Anderson

 

Declaration of Business Interests

None

 

 

Co-optedGovernor

 

From November 1998

Vice Chair
Chair of Finance/Resources
Committee

 

Finance/Resources Personnel
Marketing
Performance Management

 

Margaret Broadhurst

 

Declaration of Business Interests

None

 

Foundation Governor
St Andrew’s
From December 2006

Chair of The Curriculum Committee

Literacy Governor

 

 

Curriculum

Committee Meetings

 

Jackie Williamson

Declaration of Business Interests

None

Foundation

Governor

St Andrews

From November

2014

Development Governor

Safer Recruitment Governor

 

 

Finance / Resource Committee

Paula Reidy

Declaration of Business Interests

None

 

Parent Governor

St Andrew's

From February

2013

Safeguarding Governor

Child Protection Governor

 

Committee Meetings

Barbara Thompson

Declaration of Business Interests

None

 

 

LEA Governor
St Andrew’s
From January 2011

Early Years Governor

 

Curriculum

Committee Meetings

Mathew Taylor

Declaration of Business Interests

None

Co-opted Governor
Sherington
From November 2011

 

 

Finance/Resources

John Fielding

Declaration of Business Interests

None

 

Foundation Governor

Sherington

From December 2012

 

 

 

 

Committee Meetings

Victoria Morgan

Declaration of Business Interests

None

Co-opted

Governor

Sherington

From January 2016

  Curriculum

Vicki Chaulk

Declaration of Business Interests

None

Parent Governor

St Andrew's

From April 2016

   

   
   
   

 

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