AIMS OF THE CURRICULUM
Our overriding aim is to ensure that all children are helped to perform to the best of their abilities in all areas of the school's life
In order to achieve this aim we give priority to the following.
1. Expecting the highest quality of teaching and care from all our staff.
2. Expecting and supporting the highest standards of achievement from all our pupils, whatever their level of ability.
3. Continually reviewing and improving the quality of teaching and learning.
4. Providing a broad, balanced, and stimulating curriculum within the framework of the National Curriculum.
5. Providing a hard-working, purposeful, safe and happy environment for pupils and for staff.
6. Incorporating the religious, cultural and linguistic backgrounds of our pupils into the process of teaching and learning.
7. Promoting the spiritual, moral, social and physical development of all pupils, through direct instruction, example and individual care.
8. Preparing all children equally for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of their future life.
WE KNOW OUR PUPILS' SUCCESS DEPENDS ON THE SUPPORT OF PARENTS AND THE WIDER COMMUNITY. WE THEREFORE AIM
To develop a respectful, supportive and trusting partnership between the school, parents and the community in which the children live.
To ensure that there is effective liaison between school, parents and all external agencies involved in the education and welfare of our pupils.