Croxton Kerrial CE Primary School
Croxton Kerrial is located just outside Grantham Lincolnshire, with a strong connection with their local community. Croxton Kerrial is a friendly, welcoming school that caters to 68 pupils aged 4 to 11. The school has maintained its Good standard, which has been reflected in the grade awarded to the school by Ofsted.
‘Inspiring Love for Learning.’
Croxton Kerrial School’s mission, guided by Christian values, is to provide a stimulating and inspiring learning environment where every individual is encouraged to achieve their full potential.
Our Aims and Values:
- To motivate each pupil so that they may develop intellectually, spiritually, physically and emotionally within a secure and happy working environment.
- To offer a broad, balanced, differentiated and relevant curriculum where each child’s education is understood to be of equal value.
- To provide health education that empowers children to make choices that enhance the quality of their lives.
- To provide appropriate teaching strategies so that all pupils have the opportunity to develop their full potential irrespective of gender, nationality, race, religion or disability.
- To help pupils acquire a range of skills so they may meet future challenges with confidence.
- To encourage pupils to be critically aware, to have the ability to judge, select, reject and make reasoned choices.
- To help all pupils develop their self-esteem.
- To help pupils develop social skills and a respect for the rights of others.
- To encourage the involvement of parents, carers and the local community in the learning process and other areas of school life so that strong links can be fostered.
- To encourage pupils to be active in their own learning through the creation of an effective teaching and learning environment.
- To maintain the happiness and morale of all members of the school community.
- To foster a Christian ethos and develop the spiritual dimension to life with promotion of tolerance, respect and understanding for other religions, races and cultures.
“Leaders and governors are determined to make the school as good as it can be. You have created an ethos where pupils’ happiness and well-being are at the heart of the work of the school.”
A high percentage of pupils at Croxton Kerrial continue to meet their expected standard in reading, writing and maths at a rate above the national and local authority average. The school has maintained these results for the past three years.