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AIMS AND ETHOS

What We Believe - Our Vision

The Federation believes that all our children deserve the best education we can give them. We work hard to create a successful learning culture which will enable pupils to become informed, confident, enthusiastic, inspired and independent learners for life.

We have developed an ethos where we continually try to spark children's interest; their quality of learning is central to the school's work and purpose.

All children are encouraged to achieve their full potential and celebrate their achievement.

  • To enable the acquisition of skills, knowledge and understanding which will be of use to all future learning
  • To promote, facilitate and enable the inclusion of children with disabilities and special educational needs
  • To provide a safe, supportive and caring environment
  • To provide a broad and balanced curriculum which is differentiated to match teaching to pupils’ needs
  • To promote a wide range of creative experiences which enable children to make full use of
    their imagination to gain a sense of the possibilities that creative engagement with the world can bring
  • To develop lively and enquiring minds through encouraging children to question and discuss issues, in order to make informed decisions
  • To nurture self-esteem so children are motivated to learn and to develop an ability to co-operate and work with others
  • To recognise and respect individual religious and cultural values and to celebrate the rich diversity within our multi-faith community
  • To promote positive attitudes, good behaviour and moral understanding, and to establish a sense of pride and achievement in being part of our school community
  • To nurture a sense of caring for others and to distinguish between right and wrong, and to be aware of the consequences of any action
  • To encourage children to make positive choices about their own physical well being
  • To work in full partnership with parents
  • To ensure equal opportunities are addressed throughout all aspects of the school day
  • To create opportunities where children can develop a sense of awe and wonder.