Vision & Values
To provide a happy and caring environment in which to learn and work, where each member of the school community is personally valued and where students work hard and are able to develop self-respect and self-control.
To be highly inclusive and generate high aspirations for all students.
To challenge all students to fully realise their talents and potential.
To value and reward success.
To equip students with the essential learning skills of literacy and numeracy.
To promote enquiring minds and capacity to think rationally.
To enable students, through a demanding, broad and balanced curriculum, to achieve as high a level of success as possible in public examinations, whilst broadening our students’ spiritual, moral, emotional and multicultural awareness and balancing the need for hard work with a sense of enjoyment for school life as a whole.
To help students acquire attitudes and skills relevant to their adult and working life especially those related to independent thinking, and be able to adapt confidently to a changing society.
To develop relevant physical skills, adaptable social skills and an understanding of health, hygiene and environmental issues.
To engender respect for and tolerance of others - regardless of differences of race, disability, sexuality, gender, culture or religion.
To offer an experience which is personalised to the needs of the individual and supports the demands and expectations of the twenty-first century.
To seize the opportunities to develop students’ character through promoting the key Christleton High School attributes of Commitment, Collaboration, Creativity, Caring and Cheerfulness, as well as other key values such as Resilience, Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Courtesy and Enthusiasm.
To encourage students to work together and participate fully in the life of the school and the wider community.
To help develop an understanding of the world in which we live, the interdependence of individuals, groups and nations and an appreciation of human achievement and aspirations.