Mission Statement

” Aim high, working together with a smile”

The staff and Governors of Rosley Church of England School intend to:

  • help each child to become an active and responsible member of the Rosley community whilst preparing them for their roles within the wider world
  • create a happy school environment where children feel safe and valued
  • encourage situations where children can show a caring and sharing attitude towards other people

We try to ensure that every pupil will have equal opportunity to achieve their maximum potential through:

  • an educational experience which aims for the highest standards and quality
  • a challenging, lively and stimulating environment
  • a solid foundation of skills and sound preparation for the next stage of education
  • a broad balanced curriculum appropriate to children in the Foundation Stage, and Key Stages 1 and 2 of the National Curriculum
  • the enjoyment of learning
  • access to all areas of the curriculum

Recognising the development of the ‘whole’ child we encourage:

  • self-esteem and independence
  • co-operation, partnership and team work
  • an awareness of personal growth, achievement and progression

The school is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School which means that the Diocese of Carlisle have a strong input into the support and Christian ethos of the school.  The links to the local church are a valued aspect of the whole life of the school and its spiritual and moral dimensions. Our school also hopes to be recognised for its value and worth in the community.

Our Aims

Through high quality teaching, encouragement and provision of opportunities, we aim for our children to:

  • achieve the highest possible academic standards
  • experience an environment that stimulates interest and motivates learning
  • reflect upon their learning and self-worth
  • understand and experience Christian values in action
  • work collaboratively with respect for others, recognising their responsibilities
  • develop confidence in independent work and thought
  • take on an active role within the community