Our Vision, Aims and Ethos

 

We  work continuously to improve the quality of teaching and learning In Order To - 

  •  be a safe, happy, caring community of learners
  •  encourage an enjoyment of life-long learning
  •  develop understanding of and respect for a wide range of religious values, languages and cultural traditions and different ways of life
  •  promote healthy lifestyles
  •  provide a curriculum that is stimulating, broad, balanced, innovative and creative
  •  celebrate achievement

We  ensure that our school is driven by a culture of continuous review and quality improvement in which we learn from experience; sharing good practice and success. We work with our pupils, staff, parents/guardians, governors, the public, the County Council and OFSTED.

We treat every pupil with dignity and respect In Order To -  

  • help all individuals regardless of their race, gender or disability to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to achieve their full potential in a rapidly changing world

We treat every pupil as a valued individual with respect for their dignity and privacy. Our aim is to give each pupil inspiring and challenging learning experiences that allow our children to think creatively and lead their learning.

Involve all stakeholders In Order To - 

  • encourage positive parental and community involvement

We  aim to offer parents more choice and a greater say in their child’s learning and we seek to engage them, individually and jointly in designing and improving our service. We keep parents informed and encourage meaningful and open conversations about their child’s progress and attainment. We want parents to help to design our services and be involved in all aspects of school life, knowing that their opinions count, are valued and welcomed.

We are committed to inclusion equality and non discrimination In Order for - 

  • children to be safe in an inclusive environment.

We are committed to equality for parents/guardians and pupils and staff regardless of  their age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, race, language, religion or national ethnic or social origin.

We support and value our staff In Order for -  

  • staff to know that they make a difference;  to enjoy their work and be proud of their school.

The strength of our school lies in our staff whose skills, expertise and dedication underpin all that we do. They have the right to be treated with respect and dignity. We will continue to support, recognize, reward and invest in individuals providing opportunities for staff to progress in their careers and personal development.

We respect confidentiality In Order To - 

  • secure trust 

 We respect the confidentiality of parents/ guardians and pupils including access to their information.  We will provide high quality information and support to parents/guardians about our performance, to improve transparency and accountability. We publish information regularly about our performance to allow parents to make informed choices.

We  strive for the most effective and sustainable use of resources In Order To - 

  • contribute to the wider sustainability of the wider community.

We continually seek to improve our efficiency, productivity and performance in order to provide the best value for money. We are committed to the sustainable use of resources and will aim to reduce our energy consumption and other natural resources and  minimise production of waste .