Our Vision Statement
Together we believe, learn and achieve
Our vision draws inspiration from the story of Jesus and the Fishermen which is found in the New Testament Luke 5:1-11 Matthew 4:18 -22
- Jesus was standing by the Sea of Galilee preaching to the crowd. He saw two boats on the sea shore. He recognised Simon and his brother Andrew. He asked Simon if he could get into his boat so that he could talk to the crowd of people from the boat.
- When Jesus had finished teaching he told Simon to put his nets into the water to try to catch some fish. Simon had been fishing all night and had not caught any fish but he believed in Jesus and put the net into the water.
- The net became so full of fish that it began to break. Simon and Andrew had to call their friends, the brothers James and John to help.
- Simon was afraid and fell at Jesus’ feet. Jesus told the friends not be afraid and to follow him. He said that they would become fishers of men. When Simon and the other men heard this they moored their boats and left everything they had to follow him and together they became Jesus’ disciples.
The disciples believed in Jesus and left everything to go with him and learn to follow his path. Together they achieved great things, as the message of the good news of the Kingdom of God is still told over 2000 years later.
At Marlborough St Mary’s School, we value teamwork and believe that by working together everyone can develop to the best of their ability. Our inclusive ethos and Christian values of love, respect, friendship, courage, fairness and perseverance underpin everything we do. St Mary’s Church and Marlborough St Mary’s School serve a very diverse community but we believe that by working and worshiping together we can enable everyone to achieve great things.