1. To set high expectations for the academic, social and personal development of all members of the school community.
2. To ensure that pupils receive provision that is at the forefront of specialist education.
3. To develop in pupils, social, moral, spiritual and cultural attributes helping them towards a happy and successful adult life.
4. To teach pupils essential communication, literacy, numeracy, life and vocational skills, helping them towards a full and independent adult life.
5. To develop an interest in, and motivation for, lifelong learning.
6. To enable pupils to develop their independent, collaborative and creative skills.
7. To raise self‐esteem and conﬁdence, and to empower pupils to become valued and valuable members of the community, both locally and globally.
8. To ensure positive partnerships with families based on mutual trust and respect.