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Our Mission, Vision and Aims

Mission Statement:

We have identified the following Mission Statement with regard to Bentley Heath Church of England Primary School:

“Bentley Heath Church of England Primary School is an educational community with a committed staff providing teaching and learning opportunities in a welcoming environment for all children to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to achieve their full potential and to become confident, respectful and active members of society.”


At Bentley Heath C.E. Primary School we will provide an exceptionally caring, supportive environment built on Christian values.  We will ensure that all children have an equal chance to become happy, responsible, highly skilled individuals who can contribute to and shape the world they live in.

We will achieve this through securing:

  • Christian values and principles, embedding them in all aspects of school life.
  • Inspirational leadership by all staff and governors who are committed to achieving the vision for the school.
  • Strong and effective partnerships with parents and the wider community.
  • Teaching which motivates and inspires all children and supports them in achieving their best.

An engaging, innovative curriculum which challenges all children and is responsive to their needs and talents.


We seek to ensure that the children in our school are part of a stimulating, happy and caring community, in which each child can:

  • Develop a lively, enquiring mind through an environment that fosters curiosity, and the ability to observe, question and discuss.
  • Acquire and apply the skills of language in order to communicate effectively, write with increasing independence and read for enjoyment and knowledge. The development of these skills is essential to facilitate learning in all curriculum areas
  • Acquire the early mathematical concepts and processes so that they can be understood and applied in a variety of situations.
  • Acquire and develop physical skills, applying them effectively in all areas of the curriculum.
  • Increase their awareness of artistic and creative aspects of life within their own and other cultural environments.
  • Develop an awareness of moral values and social skills, and share concern for other people, whilst developing self-discipline and acceptable behaviour.
  • Develop a spiritual awareness of, and respect for, personal and Christian religious beliefs and moral values, and to increase understanding of other races, religions and ways of life.
  • Acquire knowledge of and develop sensitivity towards their immediate, local and wider environment.
  • Acquire, through enquiry, a sense of chronology and an understanding of the present in the light of the past.
  • Develop confidence, interest and skills in the use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), to support and enhance learning across the curriculum.