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My vision for the future is to build on the current achievements and strengths of the school so that all children reach their potential. I believe schools should offer a broad curriculum which is enriched with exciting opportunities and experiences. This will mean that when they leave us in year 6, the children will be skilled, responsible, resilient and confident in their journey onto secondary education. School should be a happy, caring, hard-working environment and I look forward to working with all the children, staff and families to ensure that we all strive for excellence together. I am passionate about education and have high expectations for all.
Mrs K Mackinnon
Aims of Our School Community
23rd February 2024
Greenmeadow Primary School
Main Pay Scale
Greenmeadow Primary school has an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, inspiring teacher to join our supportive, motivated staff. We are looking to appoint within KS2 for a s ...
At Greenmeadow Primary School every individual is important and matters. Every person is included as part of the Greenmeadow ‘family’. We aim to encourage pupils to respect themselves and other people.
We hold consistency through the school as the ideal situation. To that end all staff are expected to set a good example and to deal with aspects on pastoral care, discipline, dealing with property, uniform and attitudes in a similar manner.
We endeavour to promote positive values and attitudes through rewards, sanctions and discussing issues either with individuals, at a classroom level or through school assemblies.
We aim to realise the best a child can do, providing opportunities wherever possible to discover each child’s strengths and weaknesses. Relative strengths are then acknowledged and achievements celebrated whilst weaknesses are supported.
We encourage a sense of corporate identity and acknowledgement of equality and pride through our school uniform.
The curriculum, other experiences and extra curricular activities all contribute to providing for the children’s spiritual, moral, cultural, social, educational and physical education.
We take seriously our responsibility to safeguard pupils’ well being in its broadest sense.
“In our school it is our expectation that we will all be respectful, reflective and contribute positively to our society.
We endeavour to work together to achieve the best possible education for all, so that individuals can maximise their personal attributes and achievements and enjoyment.”
If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers!
We believe our schools should be vibrant, friendly places where the children are at the heart of everything we do.
We believe in teaching skills, sharing knowledge and building special memories that children will take with them through the rest of their lives.
We believe that through inspirational teaching, determination, a lot of love and a lot of laughter, the children in our schools can achieve their greatest potential, regardless of their starting points in life.
We believe in teaching, modelling values and preparing them for life in the 21st Century and we believe that in doing so we will give them a solid foundation for their future.
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