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Our School Vision

We “Live life in all its fullness.” John 10:10.


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Everything we do at Torre is aligned to our school vision ‘We live life in all its fullness.’ Everyone in the school community has been invited to think about what our school vision means to them.


Our adults say...


Children are stretched and challenged to achieve their potential as successful learners.



Children are taught to be healthy thinkers, looking after themselves physically and mentally in the changing world we live in.



Helping our children to learn about and live out our values, to be the best version of themselves in school and society as caring citizens.

Providing children with the opportunity to be confident and curious explorers of the awe and wonder in the world around them. Helping children to consider life’s big questions and to discover what they believe in and feel passionate about.

Our children say...


We want to learn about the things that interest us. We want to have knowledge and skills that will help us when we are older so we are able to live life in all it’s fullness.



Opportunities for P.E. and physical activity during our break times are important to us. Being active helps us to stay healthy and allows us to live life in all it’s fullness.



Mindfulness and moments of calm in our school day help us to self-regulate and have time to be thoughtful. Being involved with our thinking helps us to live life in all it’s fullness.

We enjoy developing our spirituality by considering life’s big questions and exploring our curiosity of the world and life. This helps us to consider what is important to ourselves and others to enable us to live life in all it’s fullness.

Our vision is at the core of everything we do and we encourage our pupils to be the best version of themselves. We use the 'Parable of the Talents' to underpin our vision and to remind the children that we should make the most of our talents in order to live life to the full.

As a Church of England school, we work together to develop the character of our pupils so they can achieve and flourish. We explore 5 ‘Character Gateways’ throughout the year where pupils engender it in their actions and exemplify it in their learning journals.

Our character gateways are underpinned by biblical theology. These stories are pivotal in supporting our pupils understanding of our vision and are explored in depth during Acts of Worship and day-to-day learning. Alongside our biblical examples for the character traits, we also look to children's stories and known figures as inspiring examples. 

Our vision is underpinned by our school gateways and values;
Citizenship, Expression, Explorers, Leadership and Flourishing

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The Good Samaritan exemplifies showing compassion and empathy for anyone

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Nehemiah exemplifies drive through rebuilding Jerusalem

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Tabitha exemplifies showing compassion and empathy for those less fortunate.

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Moses exemplifies how to be a determined leader


David exemplifies how to inspire other through ‘heart’ rather than size

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Jesus exemplifies to serve others through integrity

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The parable of the talents exemplifies how to be ambitious

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Jesus exemplifies how to do right – be our best

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Jesus exemplifies we can learn from our sins


The 5 daughters exemplify standing up for what you value

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Zacchaeus exemplifies how to be honest with yourself


The prodigal Son how to show forgiveness


The Widow’s Mite exemplifies how to give more

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The story of the lost sheep exemplifies how we support those in need of support

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‘Through the roof’ exemplifies how we support those close to us

Torre's Vision

​Our mission at Torre is to achieve excellence through cultivating character, sharing talents and pursuing innovation in an environment that children have the right to grow, learn, feel safe and be happy

Image Credits: 

Mother Theresa: John Mathew Smith & from Laurel Maryland, USA, 

Walt Disney: Boy Scouts of America, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Nelson Mandela: Awake MZANTSI, CC BY-SA 4.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Mark Ormrod: PO(Phot) Dave Gallagher, OGL 3 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Rosa Parks: USIA / National Archives and Records Administration Records of the U.S. Information Agency Record Group 306, Unknown author

Derek Redmond: Parliament Speakers Limited, CC BY-SA 3.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Women’s football team UK: Jon Candy, CC BY-SA 2.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Footballer being sent off by ref: Tadeáš Bednarz, CC BY-SA 4.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Zendaya: Condé Nast (through Vogue Taiwan), CC BY 3.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Malala: 内閣官房内閣広報室, CC BY 4.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

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