School Aims

'Enjoy and Achieve'

How we can work together to fulfil our aims:

Students

  • To enable all students to enjoy learning and build the foundations of their openness to life-long learning and encourage them to achieve their full potential
  • To develop the skills of respect, care, courtesy and consideration in all students
  • To help students develop academically, socially, morally, and spiritually to become effective citizens of the 21st century

 

Staff

  • To encourage all adults to work in partnership to enable students to enjoy learning, attain academic success and be socially, morally and spiritually aware
  • To ensure that all staff model the concept of life-long learning and continual professional development
  • To promote personal well-being with open and transparent policies and procedures which encourage a sense of belonging and ownership

 

Parents

  • To continue to develop positive partnerships with all parents/carers to work together to facilitate students' enjoyment of learning, academic success and social, moral and spiritual development
  • To involve parents in the development of the school ensuring their needs, expertise and aspirations are incorporated in the school ethos
  • To ensure clear and direct lines of communication between parents, staff and students in order to benefit the student

 

Community/Business

  • To continue to develop positive partnerships with community and business groups and individuals to work together to enable students' enjoyment of learning, academic success and social, moral and spiritual development
  • To involve the community and businesses, where appropriate, in the development of the school ensuring their expertise and aspirations are incorporated in the school ethos
  • To profit from community and business links to enhance enterprise, work-related learning and work experience opportunities for our students

 

GOVERNORS

  • To work as part of the school community to create robust systems and structures which facilitate students' enjoyment of learning, academic success, social, moral and spiritual development where 'Every Child Matters'
  • To monitor, review, and evaluate the school's progress and, in the light of this, to direct improvement
  • To set challenging targets for the school