Vision for our School

  • Tradition

  • Trust

  • Individuality

  • Partnership



We wish to hold traditional values. We shall insist that pupils work as hard as possible and to the best of their ability. The staff will see the need to develop not only the academic skills needed for the future and to attain best possible examination grades, but also personal and social skills and moral values needed to become responsible members of the community.

Our pupils will be expected to behave well and to respect each other and to respect property. Our proposed School will hopefully encourage self-discipline and self-motivation.

The children themselves will ensure that everyone adopts a responsible and reliable approach to work and to relationships. For this reason, our pupils will tend to adopt a caring approach to  the wider community to which we belong.

This school will stand for traditional values and shall believe that this best prepares our learners for their continuing lifetime journey of learning and the realities of working life.


It will be our clearly stated policy to strive for the very best for all pupils. It is a trust that we shall take very seriously. We understand fully that when parents decide to send your child to our School that they will be entrusting their child’s Chinese education to us. In the seven years at the primary stage pupils develop from infancy towards recognition as adults in their Chinese family tradition.  It is essential, therefore, that all pupils are given the maximum educational advantages possible during those years.


Whilst we talk in general terms of pupils – we must always remember that they are individuals. Each pupil is unique with his or her own talents and abilities. Each pupil needs individual help to ensure that he or she achieves his or her potential. The emphasis that we will place on this pastoral work is our own explanation for our belief that we have the potential to gain nationally acknowledged success.


In order for each child to achieve full self-belief we shall need to be a constant support. A supportive framework comes from two main sources – home and school.