Our Mission and Aims

Our Mission Statement:

Cundall Manor School embraces childhood in a safe and enjoyable atmosphere that ensures pupils maximise their learning and achievements.

Our Aims:

  • To deliver a broad and balanced curriculum that meets the needs of all pupils in a happy, nurturing environment.
  • To promote self-worth, confidence, good judgement and independence in our pupils.
  • To care for others
  • To promote equal opportunities for all.
  • To work effectively with pupils, parents and other professional bodies.

Ethos

Cundall Manor blends the best traditions of honour, integrity and courtesy with up-to-the-minute teaching facilities and approaches. The school has developed a reputation for ensuring that each and every child feels happy, safe, supported and celebrated. Within this environment, children engage fully with the educational challenges and risks that maximise learning and achievement.

Children are encouraged to participate in a number of sports and events outside of the curriculum including outward bound courses, travel, charity/community work and extra-curricular sports. Whilst many of our pupils do achieve top standards and awards across academia, sports and music, competing and succeeding at area, county and national level, our aim is to ensure every pupil has the opportunity to participate in the full range of activities, whatever their level of ability and experience.

We work with every child to help them find their potential and to thrive. We’re not afraid to encourage them to move out of their comfort zone, cultivating a ‘yes’ mentality which prepares children to embrace the world and to think and act independently and without inhibitions. This is critical to enabling them to develop the confidence, judgement and personal skills that will benefit their futures.

High standards of academic endeavour, courteous behaviour and participation in all aspects of school life are expected. These are the core principles that ensure our pupils excel at school and are thoroughly prepared for the next stage in their academic careers, with entry into a variety of top UK senior schools, at both 13 and 16, being the norm.