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Overview

Here at Stanwell we are very proud of the way in which staff, students and parents work together to create an atmosphere of purposeful learning. We promote the value of a disciplined environment and believe that this is a strong foundation for the successful running of our school. It is clear that we are succeeding in our aims, as proven by our outstanding examination results and inspection reports. Stanwell pupils are offered a wealth of extra-curricular activities which are in evidence throughout our website. We are also proud of the way in which our students take the opportunities offered to them and benefit from their participation in subject-based trips and activities.

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Ethos and Values Naws a gwerthoedd What are the staff at Stanwell attempting to achieve? • To develop the full potential of each pupil in all aspects of school life. • For pupils to excel in as many areas possible. • For the school to excel. Pupils make progress and develop intellectually by working hard with classwork and homework. The curriculum helps pupils achieve their academic potential. The objectives of our curriculum are: • To help pupils to use language effectively when reading, writing, listening and speaking. • To enhance pupils’ numeracy and to develop further mathematical skills. • To provide a scientific and technological base that assists the acquisition of skills, knowledge and understanding. • To develop creative and aesthetic skills and appreciation. • To teach pupils about the development of civilisation and to help them understand the history, geography and religions of the world in which we live. • To develop the mental and physical skills that promote physical well-being and self-awareness. • To instil respect for moral values and tolerance of others. • To help pupils learn how to learn and develop lively enquiring minds. Stanwell plays an important part in assisting the personal and social development of pupils as they mature. We aim: • To encourage pupils to have high expectations of themselves. • For pupils to develop a set of values that includes truth, honesty, consideration for other people and good manners. • To encourage pupils to develop sensitive relationships within the school community and in their lives outside school. • For pupils to develop self-discipline. When organising the school we: • Use resources for the maximum benefit of the pupils and the school. • Distribute resources fairly to ensure no group is disadvantaged. • Encourage and help parents to take an active part in the education of their children. • Foster links with the local community.

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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 - send us your CV now via our School Talent Pool and say what sort of role you're looking for.

By joining our School Talent Pool we'll know you're interested in working here when a future vacancy occurs.

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Our examination results for 2011 - present can be found on our Exam Results page.

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