St Barnabas & St Philip's CofE School

  • Pembroke Mews, 58 Earls Court Road, Kensington, London W8 6EJ
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Introduction

Our School

St. Barnabas & St. Philip's is a Church of England Primary School.
It dedicates itself to providing a Christian environment that offers all children the highest quality of teaching and learning opportunities.
The school strives to produce independent learners who are confident in making informed spiritual and moral decisions.
 

Our Mission Statement

St Barnabas & St Philip’s is a Church of England Primary School that dedicates itself to providing a Christian environment that offers all children the highest quality of teaching and learning opportunities.
The school intends to produce independent learners who are confident in making informed spiritual and moral decisions.
 

Overall Aims for the School

To maintain a secure and Christian environment where all pupils feel comfortable and respected and are able to work confidently and happily fostering co-operation and collaboration;
To further the academic achievement of all pupils so that each child reaches their potential;
To create an environment where excellence is the standard;
Every effort is made to ensure that all necessary systems and procedures are in place.  This will support the delivery of good quality teaching and learning at all times.  It will include effective systems of monitoring and recording pupils’ work and evaluation procedures for monitoring progress;
Every effort is made to ensure that all staff are properly supported.  This will enable them to give of their best at all times in order to meet the school’s mission.  It will include:
providing good quality working areas and resources for all staff for both teaching and preparation;
adequate and effective administrative and clerical support;
clear line management systems and expectations.
To develop close relationships with families, local churches and the community;
We welcome the mix of cultural heritage in our school.  We intend at St Barnabas & St Philip’s that all children should be educated to prepare them for living in a cross-cultural society and to encourage mutual understanding and tolerance;
The school sees itself as an integral part of the local and wider community, both supporting the work of the community and in turn being supported by the community.
As a school, we disapprove of any kind of discrimination on grounds of either, race, gender, class or ability.  
Every child will have the opportunity to take part in a residential visit in Y6.