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Vision, Aims and Values


To enable every child at Peartree Primary School to reach their full potential by providing a secure, happy and stimulating environment, where learning promotes thoughtful, caring and confident future citizens.

Key Aims

  • To strive for academic excellence, ensuring all children progress to reach their full potential.
  • To provide a broad, balanced and enriched curriculum which enables children to think creatively, to develop their skills and knowledge, and to be actively involved in their learning.
  • To foster children’s emotional wellbeing, resilience and good mental health.
  • To continually seek to remove barriers to learning, to value diversity and to show respect for all individuals.
  • To enable children, within a nurturing environment, to develop as respectful and caring global citizens contributing positively to their own economic wellbeing, their own community and the wider world.
  • To work in partnership with children, families and our communities to nurture, demonstrate and teach positive values to develop happy, confident, independent life-long learners.

CGI Animated Short Film HD: "SOAR Short Film" by Alyce Tzue

CGI Animated SOAR Short Film by Alyce Tzue. Featured on Subscribe A cross between Miyazaki and Pixar, SOAR is an award-winning 3D animated movie about a young girl who must help a tiny boy pilot fly home before it's too late. Soar was created as Alyce Tzue's thesis project in school.

'Pupils’ preparation for life in modern Britain is good because the school’s values, such as ‘respect’, fully incorporate British values. Pupils demonstrate a good understanding because they practise these values in the daily life of the school. Discussions with visiting politicians help them understand ‘democracy’. '

February 2016, Ofsted

Peartree Values Display

Peartree Awards Assembly

Peartree Awards Assembly 1

Queen's 90th birthday

Queen's 90th birthday 1