Our belief is that pupils should develop the highest aspirations for their future educational development. Relentless focus upon the achievement and standards agenda ensures that all our pupils develop the confidence to aim high.

Mrs Pemberton, Headteacher

I am very proud of the children’s aspirational goals and future ambitions, and would like to share some examples of dreams that were captured during our L.E.A.D. Academy Trust launch event.

“My dream is to be a shop keeper. My shop would be full of magazines, toys and DVDs to watch.”

Reception pupil

“My dream is to design motorbikes. I love motorbikes.”

Reception Pupil

“I want to learn more about the moon.”

Year 1 Pupil

“When I grow up I want to be a vet and help sick and hurt animals.”

Year 2 Pupil

“When I grow up I want to be a teacher and I want to help children.”

Year 2 Pupil

“My dream when I grow up is I would be a doctor and help poor people around the world, especially in Pakistan and Africa.”

Year 3 Pupil

“My dream is to be a policeman because I like the gadgets and the handcuffs. My dream for the school is to have a bouncy castle and a water park.”

Year 3 Pupil

“My dream is to be a teacher at school and teach as good as all the teachers now. My dream for school is that school will carry on as good as it is or better. I hope the future will be wonderful.”

Year 4 Pupil

“When I grow up I want to be a scientist. I also want to win the Nobel Peace Prize. I will achieve this by working hard and never giving up.”

Year 5 Pupil

“I want Edna G. Olds to be in the top 10 charts of the world. I want to become a hockey player for Pakistan and a doctor when I retire.”

Year 6 Pupil