We strive to ensure that these values drive our school development and our everyday actions. For us, the school is a place of personal development, not just academic progress. We believe that through learning comes personal growth, not just success in the SATs, and that every child really does matter. Through our pastoral care, curriculum and broad range of opportunities we provide, we foster self-confidence, teamwork and consideration for others. We have few behaviour problems and we attribute this largely to our positive school ethos.
Attainment by the end of KS2 is high because expectations, both of children and of staff, are high. All members of the school community are valued for the part they play and have a say in the school’s development: the TAs and lunchtime supervisors meet regularly for training and discussions. The pupils themselves take on roles and responsibilities as monitors, house captains, prefects, sports captains and Champions for Change. We have supportive parents who like to help in the school, and an active Parents’ Support Group.
Staff who join our team can expect plenty of support and professional development. In return, we expect colleagues to be ambitious for themselves, for the school and for the children. We pride ourselves on our collaborative and innovative approaches to school development.
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