Learning for all members of our school community is at the heart of everything we do here, from learning about how to get along together, to finding out about key areas of knowledge relevant for use in life, along with building skills sets based on the personal attributes needed to be good and outstanding learners.
Pupils’ views are central to developing the climate and ethos in which we all learn. Our highly successful behaviour management policy was created and is monitored by pupils. They help design the learning themes in our creative curriculum and have recently established what they believe the key factors are for good and outstanding learning to take place in classrooms.
Our OFSTED report (October 2014) states:
“The behaviour of pupils is outstanding. Their very good spiritual, moral, social and cultural development has a marked impact on how they behave and ensures they are eager and attentive learners who develop excellent attitudes to their learning…Pupils are very keen to learn, work hard in class and persist with a task even if it is difficult. They are interested in their learning and think carefully about their work…Engagement with parents and carers is a strength because the school readily shares information with them on how they can support pupils’ learning… At the time of the inspection, (reception age) children had only been in school for a short time. Excellent attention to their personal and social development ensured children had settled well.”
Above all, our school is a safe and happy place where children have opportunities every day to become explorers, artists, writers, sporting super stars, mathematicians, musicians and scientists.
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