We are committed to achieving excellent standards of academic achievement for our pupils. In addition, we are renowned for developing kind, responsible and independent children.
We have three specific aims:
- To promote high standards of academic achievement for all learners, in all subjects
- To develop and instil key life skills and values in our pupils.
- To encourage positive relationships and communications between home, our community and the wider world.
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We achieve these in a number of ways.
To promote high standards of academic achievement for all learners, in all subjects by:
- developing active learners where all learning styles are recognised and practised.
- providing vibrant exciting learning environments.
- delivering a board, thematic approach to teaching that encompasses the arts.
- the recognition of all achievements.
- encouraging a sense of personal achievement, pride in work and high self-esteem.
- offering a wide range of opportunities and experiences.
To develop and instil key life skills and values in our pupils by:
- increasing confidence, a sense of responsibility and independence.
- promoting a respect for themselves and others.
- valuing the contributions of all.
- developing the concept of right and wrong thereby encouraging the highest possible standards of behaviour.
- using and applying academic and social skills in a range of situations.
To encourage positive relationships and communications between home, our community and the wider world by:
- nurturing and encouraging personal aspirations.
- Recognising that everyone can make a difference in the world.
- ensuring that we are all working to a common goal.
- understanding that education is a 3 way process between child, home and school.
- being an accessible and welcoming community learning resource.
having respect for and understanding of others’ beliefs and ways of life.