School Mission Statement
In God's family, we grow and learn in love, hope and faith.
Loving hands, loving hearts, loving minds.
Christ is at the heart of St Ambrose and is the model and inspiration for our children, staff, parents, parish and wider community. We encourage all to grow in the love of God and His creation, recognising that we are all made in the image and likeness of God.
Everyone understands at St Ambrose that the school mission is lived out and it is the strength of what we are.
At St Ambrose our mission and ethos is deeply embedded in the curriculum. We have a broad view of learning, which is far more than merely the teaching of a syllabus or programme of study. Our curriculum is inclusive of all aspects of a child’s learning experience and development as a precious unique human person loved by God.
Learning is underpinned by BIG Questions to raise awareness and develop critical thinkers who become inspired to make a difference and change the world and be able to live as global responsible citizens. Catholic Social Teaching is based on the belief that God has a plan to build his kingdom of peace, love and justice; this requires actions based on understanding of need. The curriculum is mapped with relevant and meaningful responses to local and international issues. The intent of our curriculum therefore, is to grow advocates for change.