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School Values

Mission Statement

 

Our aim is to create an attractive and pleasant working environment where children and staff have the opportunity to flourish in a climate of learning, which seeks to develop integrity, honesty, truth, compassion and balance.

 

Motto: ‘Together Everyone Achieves More’ (TEAM)

Our Vision

We aim to:-

    • Help our children to read, write, listen and speak effectively.
    • Help our children learn about mathematics and science.
    • Develop the skills our children will need to thrive in an increasingly digital world.
    • Encourage an enjoyment of physical activities and to teach the basics of recreational games.
    • Help our children to embrace the Welsh language, be proud of being Welsh and celebrate their Welshness.
    • Develop an appreciation of art, music and creative arts.
    • Help our children understand about the world in which they live.
    • Ensure equal opportunities for all and encourage a mutual respect for others including tolerance to other races and ways of life.
    • Provide a happy, healthy school where children will be cared for sensitively and which makes learning safe, challenging and fun.
    • Establish an environment within which staff, children, parents, governors, advisors and friends of the school can work together to actively promote and further develop our shared vision.

 

Ethos and Values

We believe the most effective way of achieving these aims is through the promotion of: enquiry and curiosity, enthusiasm and challenge, sharing and learning together, the acceptance and embracing of differences, openness, self-respect and persistence.

 

Our school aims to be inclusive. We want our children to feel welcomed, happy and fulfilled. We recognise that all children are different and that these differences create opportunities for adults and children alike to learn more about ourselves and each other. Helping children to develop good attitudes and values is an important feature of our work. If a child has a disability they will be treated no less favourably than other children. We will make reasonable adjustments to ensure that pupils with disabilities are not placed at a substantial disadvantage. Our accessibility plan describes the arrangement we have already made and the further proposals planned to improve physical access to the school, curriculum and to written information.

 

In order for an effective working partnership between home and school to take place, we anticipate parents will want to:-

 

    • Inform the school at the earliest opportunity if their child has a disability and the exact nature of it

 

    • Provide the information the school needs to plan effectively for the child to be a full member of the school community
    • Acknowledge that when deciding whether an adjustment is reasonable one of the factors that the Headteacher must consider is the effect of the proposed change on all members of the school community
    • Recognise the importance of home and school working in partnership
Our school values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens.
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