Aims and Ethos

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Aims and Ethos 2018-06-14T16:12:49+01:00

Ethos Statement

Clearwater Church of England Academy provides the highest quality education within the context of caring Christian beliefs and practices, in close affiliation with the local Church. Our curriculum connects home, school and church, and reinforces the fact that the values we celebrate in school shape the whole of our children’s lives. Children, of any faith or none, are given the opportunity to develop their own spirituality, to be curious and ask big questions, to celebrate and to make good choices.


  • To equip the children with the skills to learn academically, vocationally, socially and spiritually and to take responsibility for their learning and actions

    What you will see: Children problem solving, being inquisitive, curious and hard working with the ability to keep trying when things get difficult

  • To provide a stimulating, high quality curriculum which is fully inclusive and enables achievement and enjoyment for all

    What you will see: Children actively engaged, questioning, building friendships with a ‘can do’ attitude. Children making the most of a wealth of opportunities. Children are prepared to take on challenges and learn from them, increasing their abilities and achievements

  • To provide a safe, happy and healthy environment in which children are encouraged to adopt a healthy lifestyle

    What you will see: Cheerful children able to make decisions that positively affect their lives. Children who are able to explain their choices and the positive impact these choices will make

  • To create a welcoming school community, in which all families are encouraged to play an active role in their child’s education

    What you will see: A school community that has respectful, welcoming relationships between pupils, their families and staff. Where the views of parents are sought, feedback is valued and all decisions have children at the heart

  • To encourage all pupils to make a valuable contribution to the school, local and wider communities

    What you will see: Children who are enthusiastic, committed to supporting one another in a variety of ways. Children who are full of ideas about how they can contribute to both the school and the wider community with the confidence to act

  • To develop respect and consideration for the beliefs, differences and ways of life of everyone involved in the school

    What you will see: Children who have respectful positive relationships with one another. Who treat each other fairly, with compassion and understanding and enjoy one another’s company

  • To enable children to explore and discuss faith and worship, working from a Christian foundation, in the context of a multi-faith society

    What you will see: Children who enjoy finding out about the similarities and differences between their faith and the faiths of their friends and who use their strong Christian foundation to decide how to behave