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Northill CE Academy

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Northill CE Academy

Our School Vision


At Northill CE Academy our vision is clear. We wish all children to achieve and will work together to enable this, creating aspiration for all. This is summarised through our clear statement of:


'Aspire, Believe, Together we Achieve.'


This is our vision for all of our stake holders. We wish to work together to ensure every member of our community develops aspirations that our beliefs and community can help us to achieve. As a Church of England School we also ensure our Christian beliefs support and underpin our vision. Philippians (2:15) underpins our vision for our pupils and stake holders.



“15 so that you may become blameless and pure, “children of God without fault in a warped and crooked generation.” Then you will shine among them like stars in the sky” (Philippians 2:15)


At Northill we develop aspirations, belief in ourselves and our community and work together to achieve our goals and support us to: 


“Shine... like stars”

(Philippians 2:15)

At Northill CE Academy our Christian vision aspires for all members of our community to “Shine... like stars” by:

  • Working hard to make sure that our faith supports each individual at Northill to flourish

  • Developing our pupils to enjoy their learning and become life-long learners

  • Ensuring our pupils achieve the very best that they can and fulfil their potential

  • Providing learning experiences that are meaningful, aspirational and inclusive


These steps are what guide us in our decision making and organisation. Our school vision guides our aims and ensures we are always putting our pupils and their potential at the centre of everything we do.




A 'vision' is a clear statement of what the school is trying to achieve so that all stakeholders – teachers, students, their families and community members – are working together. A vision is important for schools because it provides the focus for all aspects of organisational life.

School Tour

A tour of the wider school by Mr. Macinnes

Who are we?


We are a small rural village community that is situated in the picturesque village of Northill in Bedfordshire. The school is dedicated to providing a broad and balanced education for pupils from four to nine years of age. Our staff, resources and facilities fully cater for the needs of all our pupils. There are currently 53 children on roll. In addition to a very caring and professional team of teachers, support in the classroom is augmented by an experienced and dedicated team of teaching assistants.


As a designated Church of England (CE) school, we strive to provide a Christian environment which enables our children to reach their potential, to develop an understanding of self and others, and to care about the world in which we live.


To further establish our distinctive Christian ethos, to embed good behaviour, and to educate our children to become thinking, confident, responsible and caring individuals, we have a well embedded values-based education programme. Values-based education helps everyone in the school – adults and children – to understand, reflect on, think deeply about and become the living embodiment of a series of Christian values which will stand them in good stead for the rest of their lives. Research has shown that successful values-based schools are not only happy places to be, but also have a calm and reflective atmosphere where the values permeate all aspects of school life and lead to raised standards in teaching, learning, and behaviour.


As well as finding information about our school and curriculum on this site, we do hope that you will gain a sense of the school’s mission to care for and work to the highest possible standard to enable the children in our care to flourish, to enjoy learning, and to grow into responsible individuals.


We hope that you find the resources and links on the site useful. We look forward to working in partnership with you to ensure we continue to provide a happy environment conducive to achieving success for all.


Mr Chris Macinnes
Interim Headteacher


The staff and governors are very pleased to say that during our last Ofsted inspection (2018), the school, once again, received a rating of “good” from the inspector.