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Children from across the community are welcomed and valued as they enter our school. We ensure they are safe and able to flourish within our nurturing Christian ethos based on distinctive Christian values of Kindness, Love, Respect, Honesty, Forgiveness and Perseverance.

Our children are inspired by rich and exciting learning opportunities and encouraged to grow, physically, spiritually and emotionally through the experiences they have and the choices they make.

Our children leave us as independent, resilient individuals who know themselves, respect others of all faiths and none and have an intrinsic love of learning.

Our Christian Values Our Vision guides the strategic direction of Our School but Our Values give us a code by which to live our lives on a daily basis.

As a Church of England Infant School we feel that having shared Values helps to guide our day to day experiences, our relationship with ourselves, our families, our friends and with God.

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Canon Peter Hall joined the LAAT on the 1st July 2014. The school prides itself on its strong Christian values which are reflected throughout the day to day running’s of the school. Collective worship has proven hugely successful amongst pupils and staff at the school where they are able to learn and celebrate diversity and commonality of faiths and beliefs.

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Edenham Primary School joined the LAAT on 1st October 2016. The school is inspired by the life of Christ, and living in his love. Their aim for each person is to reach their full potential in body, mind, heart and spirit by working together with pupils, parents, staff, governors and all other friends of the school. Children find themselves in a successful, energetic and enthusiastic environment, learning to the best of their ability and living a rich and interesting school life. They seek to serve families by offering children a caring and rich learning environment in which they may flourish as individuals and become valuable members of our local, and the wider world community.

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Horbling Brown CofE Primary School joined the LAAT on 1st September 2016. At the school every child is valued as an individual, working closely with parents to ensure all of their pupils are supported to achieve their best. It provides an exciting and creative curriculum, whilst giving high priority to securing the basic building blocks of learning.

 

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Hand in hand, together we can: Respect, Achieve, Enjoy, Believe

Morton CE Primary School became a member of LAAT on 1st September 2016. We are a happy, growing and popular and school with a strong Christian ethos which was validated by an Outstanding SIAMs inspection in 2016 and REQM Silver Mark in 2015. Our committed staff continually look for ways in which we can make learning challenging, enriching and fun. We have been part of a collaborative partnership of church schools in our area for a number of years.

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The Ruskington Chestnut Street CofE Primary School joined LAAT on 1st September 2016 and the school encourages a community where everyone is equally valued.   At the school, high standards and expectations are set for each and every one whether pupils, staff or Governors in every aspect of school life. It encourages children to become independent, self-reliant and responsible members of this and the wider community.

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St. Peter’s CofE Primary School joined the LAAT on 1st September 2016.   The school’s ethos is underpinned by values of mutual respect, tolerance, honesty and perseverance.   St. Peter’s believe that all individuals are unique and will thrive in their secure, stimulating and challenging environment that recognises and celebrates individuality and achievement at all levels. Emphasis is placed on a skills based approach to learning, which acknowledges creativity, innovation and communication.

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Ulceby St. Nicholas joined the LAAT on 1st January 2014 and is seen as a place where the staff are dedicated to providing a stimulating, exciting environment where everyone feels valued and safe, ideas can flourish and pupils can realise their full potential.

By providing a well-structured and engaging curriculum, and by promoting good behavior through their Christian Values, they aim to enthuse in all children a love of learning as well as respect and care for each other.

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Magdalen Church of England / Methodist primary school joined the LAAT in April 2014. The schools core values are rooted and grounded in the Christian faith. Their focus centers strongly on a ‘team’ mentality; staff, pupils, parents and Governors work closely together to ensure that pupils not only develop their potential but also become responsible and self-motivated members of the community, mature in body, mind and spirit.

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Weston St Mary prides itself on building and maintaining a true sense of “family” where everyone within the school community knows that they are cared for; that their needs are taken into account before decisions are made. This goes hand in hand with the Christian Values they embrace as a Church School.

Joining the LAAT on September 1st 2014, Weston St Mary currently has 43 pupils, this is one of the smaller schools that the LAAT oversees with classes supplied for KS1 and KS2.

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William Lovell Academy was the first secondary school to join the LAAT in April 2015. They are proud of their tradition for providing a stimulating education within a friendly and supportive community. The Academy is a firm believer in learning outside of the classroom and regularly sees pupils participating in community service to support the local residents of Stickney. They also offer a varied and broad range of extracurricular activities from sports to performing arts which have proven hugely successful amongst pupils.