Our vision for our school is that St Bede is a community where we are all ‘learning, caring and growing together’.
Our vision is shaped by our distinctively Christian ethos and the teachings of Jesus. Our school Ethos Group chose the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10 v 25-37) to explain why, as a Christian School, our vision to learn, care and grow together is important.
Learning: Our vision for our school is to be a place where we learn together about God and the world that we live in – inspired by Jesus the great teacher (Luke 10 v 25). That encouraged by a love of learning we may be positive, resilient and independent as we learn together.
Caring: In the Parable of the Good Samaritan and Jesus’ other teachings; Jesus teaches us to care for our neighbour. Our vision for our school community is to be a community where we care for one another and our neighbours no matter who they are.
Growing: Our vision for our school is to be a place where we grow in our Christian values and be determined to achieve success and become the people God intended us to be. That we would grow in our love of God and our love for one another (Luke 10 v 27) and experience the life that God offers.