21st July 2022
St Matthew's CofE Aided Infant School
St Matthew’s Church of England Infant School is a small village school in Downside, serving its local community of Cobham and surrounding areas. We are a one-form entry school wit ...
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Our Church schools are committed to delivering high quality education to all children. Our aim is to support the children in our care to develop, grow and experience “life in all its fullness”. Our schools and governing bodies are committed to being an employer of choice.
You will find a culture, where the leadership and governors are committed to good employment practice. Our church schools are places with the flourishing of the whole school community at their heart; both children and adults. Each school has a unique vision that reflects their local context, while being rooted in Christian values and the Christian story. Our church schools are schools for their local community they are not faith schools for the faithful and therefore welcome pupils and staff of Christian faith, other faiths and beliefs or no faith.
In our church schools you will find that collective worship and spiritual development are an important part of school life, pupils are encouraged to look outwards as courageous advocates in their local, national and global communities. Our church schools value their close relationship with their parish church, which includes services in the church to mark important festivals and events.
Our schools are inspected as part of a regular cycle by SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools). This quality assures the school’s outworking of its Christian distinctiveness.
Our schools are committed to developing all staff through excellent professional development and training opportunities. This may be delivered through the Diocesan education team, or through local networks and collaborations. Your well being is vitally important and our schools have policies, strategies and a range of initiatives to support you.
Early Career Teachers will find special programmes for them to support their development as teachers during the important first years of their career.