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Visions and Values

Our visions and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens. 

We pride ourselves on the breadth and balance of the school curriculum  which is carefully planned to ensure it not only meets new national curriculum requirements in terms of the range and requirements of subjects taught, but provides our children with rich, meaningful and relevant learning experiences and prepares them for life in modern Britain through the embedding of British Values.

 

As part of our school vision for our children to become ‘responsible citizens’ we provide opportunities for children to learn about and experience:

 

  • The values of democracy, rule of law and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different (or no) faiths and beliefs.
  • The understanding and appreciation of different cultures in school and within Britain.
  • An understanding of how people can influence the decision making process through the democratic system.
  • The importance of identifying and combatting all forms of discrimination.
Our Aims
To develop pupils physical coordination and refine their manipulative skills. To stimulate children's creativity and imagination and their independence in expressing their own ideas.
To teach pupils to care for their environment and become good citizens of the world. To promote a healthy lifestyle.
To celebrate success. To promote respect for religious beliefs and cultures.
To foster a love of written and spoken literature and to develop children's skills, independence and enthusiasm for all aspects of literacy. To encourage enquiring minds and a sense of curiosity to enrich the whole of each children's life.
To maintain high standards. To teach pupils to value and respect themselves and other people.
To create a happy, secure, caring and stimulating environment, where children develop an enthusiasm for learning. To develop pupils mathematical skills and knowledge for them to use appropriately and independently.
To encourage each child to achieve their full potential. To develop positive moral attitudes within a flexible and caring community.

 


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