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Yew Tree Community Primary School
Yew Tree Road, Birmingham,B6 6RX
0121-464 2967

Yew Tree Community School Aims To:-

  1. Plan and implement a balanced, differentiated and relevant curriculum which fulfills the requirements of the National Curriculum and the Birmingham Curriculum Statement.
  2. Provide a secure and challenging environment in which to recognise the talent and abilities of every child.
  3. Ensure that self-respect and respect for others lies at the heart of all we do.
  4. Secure equality of opportunity for all.
  5. Seek excellence in all aspects of our work and behaviour.
  6. Encourage children to take responsibility for their environment and understand how they can affect change.
  7. Celebrate success and provide the security required to support failure.
  8. Value the positive contribution that parents, carers and the wider community can make to children's education.
  9. Provide pupils with opportunities to reflect on their beliefs, values and experiences and those of others.

Yew Tree Children Strive To:-

  1. Increase their knowledge and skills; develop their confidence and ability to take risks - setting their own targets and evaluating the outcome.
  2. Develop as independent learners to recognise and build on their individual strengths and weaknesses.
  3. Be as proud of who they are, as of what they can do.
  4. Be fair and just.
  5. Improve on their previous best.
  6. Take responsibility for their actions and understand the actions of others; increase their awareness of environmental issues.
  7. Make informed choices and take responsibility for the outcomes.
  8. Share home and school experiences and play a leading role in welcoming their families and the wider community into their school.
  9. Increase self-awareness; develop positive attitudes towards other people and respect the right of others to hold beliefs different to their own.

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