- To ensure that each child has a command of language and the ability to communicate effectively and confidently in reading, writing, speaking and listening.
- To develop a knowledge and understanding of basic mathematical facts and concepts and of how to use them.
- To encourage scientific curiosity and to organise observational studies, particularly in the local environment.
- To awaken children’s awareness of their heritage, both local and national, and to give some understanding of their place in the world.
- To give an understanding of moral and ethical codes, religious beliefs and ideas, and of how to live with others.
- To teach skills and the appreciation of aesthetic qualities in the creative arts, art craft, music and drama.
- To develop and maintain a healthy body of providing enjoyment in physical activities.
- To encourage children to develop a habit of learning and to develop a lively enquiring mind and a cooperative attitude towards all the people who are working for the successful achievement of these aims
- To promote British Values by giving an understanding of democracy, of other faiths and beliefs and the development of respect and tolerance.