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The Divine Mercy

Roman Catholic Primary School

‘with Jesus in our hearts and the Children at the centre, we welcome and reach out to our diverse community in the Christian Spirit’

School Values & Ethos

The Divine Mercy is a Roman Catholic Primary School…

Catholic Education takes place in communities inspired by the Spirit of Christ. Christ’s commandment to love God and neighbour inspires a caring ethos, which is expressed, in relationships within and beyond Catholic schools.


Catholic Education is person-centred. It promotes the dignity, self-esteem and full development of each person who is made in God’s image and uniquely loved by God.


Catholic Education is inclusive. It is respectful of, and engages with people of all beliefs; it encourages the religious development of all in their own faith. We are proud that our school community has a mix of different faiths. 


The Divine Mercy values are rooted in the Gospel values of Respect for Life, Love, Solidarity, Truth and Justice; it aims to harmonise faith and culture, build a better society and pursue the Common Good.


Together, Catholic Schools provide high quality, rounded education for all young people, so that they develop their full uniqueness and potential.


At The Divine Mercy Roman Catholic Primary School the person and message of Christ find expression in:


A Community of Faith, Service, Prayer and Worship;


The development of each person’s full potential in a climate of joy, freedom, respect, challenge, co-operation and celebration;


The enrichment of pupil life – intellectual, physical, spiritual, moral, social and emotional;


The promotion of a spirit of charity, social justice, global awareness and concern for others leading to practical outreach and partnerships;


A culture of tolerance where people of diverse identities are recognised, welcomed, respected and cherished;


Listening, mutual understanding, trust, reconciliation, healing and peace;


The preparation of pupils to lead fulfilling and purposeful lives, which will contribute to the Common Good.


Our Mission Statement guides our work:-

Mission Statement

The Divine Mercy is a Roman Catholic Primary School which reflects the teachings of Jesus Christ in the Gospels. With Jesus in our hearts and the children at the centre we welcome and reach out to our diverse community in the Christian spirit. We value and nurture everyone, inspiring them to reach their full potential through the education and formation our school brings about.