We are a happy and supportive Christian school community. Inspired by Jesus’ words ‘live life in all its fullness’ (John 10:10) we aim to provide the education and opportunities to nurture our children to be respectful, confident and responsible citizens of the community. Through our shared vision and values we recognise and develop the unique gifts and qualities of all.
Our curriculum is inspired by the wonderful environment and views that surround the school. We have the constant reminder of the wonder and beauty of God’s creation.
Our village school strives to provide the best possible education for all its children in a caring and happy Christian community.
Puttenham Church of England Infant School provides a caring and inclusive community. Everyone in our village school and Parish is an important and respected member of God’s family.
Our church patron St John the Baptist described Jesus as ‘The Lamb of God’. Under His guidance we are called to live our lives and serve God through our Christian values of love, hope, resilience, respect and wisdom and to flourish as individuals to be the best we can be.
We aim to create a safe, happy, healthy, sustainable and supportive school that will:
- foster a lifelong love of learning
- build relationships based on the Christian beliefs and values of love, care and respect and
- encourage excellence in all things
Our Christian Values
We believe that at the heart of our school are our core values of love, hope, respect, resilience and wisdom. These values underpin our spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
The children, staff, parents and governors contributed to our core values. We explore these values through the Christian teachings in the Bible, songs, art and music in our daily act of worship, in our curriculum and everything we do here at Puttenham C of E Infant School.
Our Christian Values are: