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At Carleton Endowed Church of England Primary School our aim is to provide a foundation for all to flourish. We strive to create a happy,  contented and secure community where children are able to enjoy their childhood and where  each child is able to develop his/her potential to the full.  

Our vision is of a community where children, staff, parents and governors work collaboratively  towards achieving the best possible learning environment for all. This is where all individuals  receive fair and just treatment and equal opportunities, rejecting prejudice in all forms and  respecting the rights and property of others.  

A community based on a caring family environment where all members feel secure and safe,  enabling the children at Carleton to have joy in living and learning, feel positive about  themselves and look forward to coming to school.  

Where our children are good communicators, feel actively involved, challenged and try to  become successful in all they do, constantly striving for academic excellence and are able to  use their unique talents both in the classroom and through a wide range of extra curricular  activities.  

Where children feel able to talk, listen and be listened to and are encouraged to take  responsibility for their own actions.  

A community where all members of staff are valued, staff work within a happy team and  where mutual respect provides a secure, supportive working environment enabling everyone  to use their unique skills to do a vital job well.  

Where all members of staff, regardless of occupation, feel part of the family of Carleton  Endowed Church of England Primary School, working in harmony with colleagues, children,  parents and governors to achieve the common goal of success.  

We aim to provide a school and community where the governing body are committed and  supportive to the ambitions of children and staff, providing leadership and guidance to carry  the school forward.  

Carleton Endowed Church of England Primary School is a place where aspirations can be  achieved in a non-threatening environment and where children leave our school as well rounded, responsible citizens with the skills and confidence to be successful in their future  endeavours.