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Headteacher's Welcome

 

 

Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will have to make and it is a very personal one. I am very pleased that you have expressed an interest in our school.

 

Holy Innocents' is a Catholic School with strong links with the parishes of Holy Innocents, Orpington, St. Michael & All Angels, Farnborough and St.Teresa's, Biggin Hill. We are blessed to include pupils and families from a range of other parishes both Catholic and of other faiths. Our aim is to provide a caring environment in which every child’s potential is realised academically, physically and socially.

 

We strive for high academic standards but at the same time support children who find academic learning more difficult. We encourage the Arts, in particular the visual arts and we provide many opportunities for sport.

 

Parents are vital to a child’s education and we value a good working relationship with our parents. Parents are welcomed into the school to help in a range of activities. We have an excellent Parents Association, which not only raises much appreciated funds for the school, but organises social functions as well. This enhances the family atmosphere in our school.

 

Our website is only an overview of what Holy Innocents' School is about. If there is anything further you would like to know, please give us a ring and we will be happy to answer your questions. Even better, why not visit us to see for yourself why everyone connected with Holy Innocents' is proud to be associated with the school.

 

Ryan Langford

Headteacher

Our Mission Statement

Holy Innocents’ Catholic Primary School

 

Our Vision

The vision of Holy Innocents Catholic School is to develop & celebrate the unique potential of the children in our care.

Aims

  • To love one another; valuing the uniqueness of all members of the school community -pupils, parents, governors, teaching and support staff; showing respect, kindness and consideration to all. 
  • To learn with and from one another; creating a school environment which nurtures the whole child and enables each one of us to realise their full potential.
  • To live and grow in the Roman Catholic faith; offering opportunities for prayer, worship and liturgy; creating a strong friendship between home, school, parish, diocese and the wider community.

Mission Statement

‘Love one another as I have loved you’

As a Catholic School our mission is to ensure a happy and secure learning environment, founded on the teachings of Christ and His Church, where we celebrate and respect the diversity within our community and strive for the highest standards in all we do.

 

Learning & Loving through God

 

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