Our school promotes high quality learning and teaching in all areas of the Primary Curriculum. We believe that all children have a right to a broad, balanced and relevant education which provides continuity and progression and takes individual differences into account.

This is achieved through staff co-operatively and actively advocating and maintaining the following:

  • a good classroom ethos in which pupils are motivated to learn.
  • the use of a wide variety of resources.
  • thoroughly prepared, organised, planned and resourced lessons with clear and focused learning objectives.
  • high standards of achievement both in academic performance & behaviour.
  • clearly organised and communicated classroom systems.
  • good relationships with and between pupils as exemplified in their own conduct.
  • differentiated tasks and activities matched to the needs, aptitudes and prior knowledge of individual pupils.
  • the acquisition of knowledge, understanding and skills to encourage independence, resourcefulness and responsibility.
  • regular assessment procedures as an integral part of good classroom practice.
  • the provision and use of diagnostic information on pupils’ progress to evaluate their own teaching and to inform parents.
  • a balanced variety of work, teaching styles and strategies.
  • continuity and consistency between classes.

We aim to cater for the needs of individual children of both sexes from all ethnic and social groups, including the most able and those who are experiencing learning difficulties.

We aim that all children should:

  • Learn to be adaptable, how to solve problems in a variety of situations; how to work independently and as members of a team.
  • Develop the ability to make reasoned judgements and choices, based on interpretation a evaluation of relevant information from a variety of sources.
  • Be happy, cheerful and well balanced.
  • Be enthusiastic and eager to put their best into all activities.
  • Begin acquiring a set of moral values, such as honesty, sincerity and personal responsibility, on which to base their own behaviour.
  • Be expected to behave in a dignified and acceptable way and learn to become responsible for their actions.
  • Care for and take pride in their school.
  • Develop tolerance, respect and appreciation of the feelings and capabilities of others in an unbiased way.
  • Develop non-sexist and non-racist attitudes.
  • Know how to think and solve problems mathematically in a variety of situations using concepts of number, algebra, measurement, shape and space, and handling data.
  • Be able to listen and read for a variety of purposes and be able to convey their meaning accurately and appropriately through speech and writing for a variety of purposes.
  • Develop an enquiring mind and scientific approach to problems.
  • Have an opportunity to solve problems using technological skills.
  • Be capable of communicating their knowledge and feelings through various art forms including art/craft, music, and drama and be acquiring appropriate techniques which will enable them to develop their inventiveness and creativity.
  • Know about geographical, historical and social aspects of the local environment and national heritage and be aware of other times and places and recognise links among family, local, national and international events.
  • Have some knowledge of the beliefs of the major world religions.
  • Develop agility, physical co-ordination and confidence in and through movement.
  • Know how to apply the basic principles of health, hygiene and safety.
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