Vision and Mission

Our Vision Statement at Mobberley:

We aim to provide all of our children with a rounded education based on the foundation of six core Christian values:

Respect – ‘Love your neighbour as yourself’ (Mark 12:31)

Perseverance – ‘I can do all this through him who gives me strength’ (Philippians 4:13)

Compassion – ‘Let him without sin cast the first stone’ (John 8:7)

Friendship – ‘I no longer call you servants,’ said Jesus…’Instead I have called you friends’ (John 15:15)

Courage – ‘Take courage! it is I. Do not be afraid.’ (Mark 6:50)

Honesty – ‘I am the way, the truth and the Life. Nobody comes to the Father except through me.’ (John 14:6)


These Christian Values speak to us and are important to us here in this community. The way we live each day is framed by them and embedded into our provision. Through this approach, we aim for all our pupils to achieve their full potential and to thrive in the modern world, being confident and independent global citizens.


Our Vision is Inspired By:

Matthew 7:7

“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened to you.”


Mission Statement:

We are a vibrant learning community with a distinctively Christian character. Our school has been a focal point for education and learning since the school began on this site in 1838. We have a proud and rich history and are passionate in preparing our pupils for the modern world.

Every child at Mobberley Primary School is recognised as being specially created in God’s own image. Children are celebrated and cherished here and in our village community. Our nurturing and supportive atmosphere ensures children feel safe and grow to adopt our six core Christian values of perseverance, respect, compassion, friendship, courage and honesty.

We are committed to providing a diverse range of enrichment opportunities which develop confident and independent global citizens. Our high expectations of work and behaviour allow pupils to achieve their full potential.


Our Motto is: “Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors”

This helps us remember that we are Christians. Jesus showed us how we should love one another. He is our teacher who opens our minds to the needs of others. The open door of Christ’s tomb gives us the hope and joy to follow his example.