We will ensure that all children have opportunities for success and are supported so they can reach their full potential, building on their strengths and interests.
We will provide each child with a curriculum which meets their needs and the requirements of the National Curriculum and the Early Years Foundation Stage and inspires a love of learning.
We will ensure we support the health and well-being of all members of our school community, working with families and outside agencies as well as supporting this through the curriculum and our own provision.
We will celebrate the success of all of our children in equal measure, both in and out of school.
We will provide an environment where everyone is equally valued and feels a sense of belonging which leads to happy and confident individuals.
We will encourage our children to develop personal independence and to respect the rights and views of others in terms of their beliefs and cultures, as well as their rights to make personal choices.
We will continue to work closely with families in order to form a positive partnership for the mutual benefit of the children, their families and the school staff.
We will ensure we fulfil our commitments relating to the ‘Home/School Agreement’ and support parents to fulfil their expectations in relation to it also.
We will develop and strengthen our community links and involve the local community in school life whenever possible.
We will aim for the highest possible standards of work and behaviour from all in our school.
We will be consistent in our values and expectations.
We will invest in our children’s future, in order to prepare them for life in the modern world, and ensure the children have access to high quality resources and equipment.