Aims and Ethos

Our School Aims

  • To create a happy, caring and stimulating atmosphere within which our children will feel secure and confident and where they will enjoy learning and achieve well.
  • To value every child and recognise their own unique qualities.
  • To promote the importance of health and well being, so that all will value themselves, others and the environment in which they live.
  • To provide opportunities for children to understand how to keep themselves safe.
  • To develop our children's self esteem, so that they become self-confident, self-disciplined and respectful young people, who make a positive contribution to their community.
  • To develop our children's understanding of mutual respect and tolerance, individual liberty, democracy and the rule of law.
  • To encourage in all our pupils an understanding and interest in the concept of life-long learning to enable them to achieve economic well being.
  • To train and develop all staff, to allow them to continually improve their professional and personal skills.

Our School Objectives

We seek to meet these aims by:

  • Offering our children a broad and balanced education, within the framework of the National Curriculum.
  • Being committed to the principles of inclusion by meeting the needs of all children.
  • Developing our children's understanding of others, regardless of race, culture, religion, gender or ability and to ensure equal opportunity for all.
  • Working in partnership with parents and carers so that learning is a shared experience and responsibility.
  • Establishing and maintaining links with the community to widen the children's experience.
  • Creating a learning environment which is safe and secure.

Our Aims - The Children's Version

  • For children to feel safe, have fun and do well.
  • For every child to be as special as the next.
  • To be able to have exercise, eat healthily and have a clean school.
  • To learn about keeping safe.
  • For children to become confident and proud of themselves and their school, and to be able to work together.
  • For children to know about money and be confident with it.
  • To make sure that staff go on training courses and learn more.
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