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Our Vision and Values


Foxbridge is an inclusive and nurturing school where everyone is valued and supported to achieve success both now and in the future. Our experience rich curriculum ensures that children are taught the skills to enable them to contribute to, and thrive within, a modern British society.

Being a part of the community is a very important aspect to life at Foxbridge – we embrace community links and ensure that children have a good understanding of their local area. We are committed to partnership working and work closely with parents, external agencies and the wider community to ensure the very best outcomes for our children.

Children’s emotional wellbeing is prioritised and supported with high quality pastoral care. We believe that our children should be empowered to make a difference in the world and have the confidence to be who they want to be.

To ensure that our school vision represents the aims of all stakeholders, we invited members of the local community, parents, children and staff to share their views about what they want from our school. Our Governing Body worked together to ensure these aims were incorporated into our school vision and values. 

Our Vision

Every child feels safe, valued and empowered to succeed both now and in the future.

Our motto

Nurture, empower, succeed


Respect – Everyone is welcomed; differences and uniqueness are celebrated. We do all that we can to ensure that everyone is treated fairly.

Kindness- As a school community, we work together as friends on our learning journey. We are compassionate and treat each other with kindness.

Excellence – We set high standards for ourselves and believe that the sky is the limit. We aim to reach our full potential in our academic, social and personal development.

Responsibility – we hold ourselves to account and reflect on our actions. We strive to do the right things and know that we can make a positive difference for ourselves and others.

Resilience – we try hard. We have the skills to help us stay positive when things are difficult. We know that making mistakes is part of the learning process and we have a positive, “can do” attitude.