Our Mission

Statement of Aims

The School aims to:

Provide a high quality of education where children are successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve their potential

Encourage children to achieve their potential in a safe, caring and stimulating environment

Equip children with skills for lifelong learning to enable them to become independent learners, with the skills and attitudes necessary to gain the most from the opportunities which life presents to lead fulfilling lives

Promote pupils’ self-esteem and emotional well being, to enable them to achieve high standards of behaviour and positive attitudes with confidence to enable them to live safe and healthy lives

Build and maintain close local community, global community, parental and governor links, to help children become responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society.

Curriculum Aims

The National Curriculum and the following documents form the basis of our school curriculum:

National Curriculum

Primary National Strategy (Literacy and Numeracy)

East Yorkshire Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education.

We recognise that the curriculum cannot remain static and must be responsive to changes in society and the economy and the outcomes of the evaluation of teaching and learning in our school.

Our Curriculum aims to enable all pupils to become:

Successful learners, who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve

Confident individuals who are able to live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives

Responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society.

Successful learners who

Have the essential learning skills of literacy, numeracy and information and communication technology

Are creative, resourceful and able to identify and solve problems

Have enquiring minds and think for themselves to process information, reason, question and evaluate

Communicate well in a range of ways

Understand how they learn and learn from their mistakes

Are able to learn independently and with others

Know about big ideas and events that shape our world

Enjoy learning and are motivated to achieve the best they can now and in the future.

Confident individuals who

Have a sense of self worth and personal identity

Relate well to others and form good relationships

Are self aware and deal with their emotions

Have secure values and beliefs and have principles to distinguish right from wrong

Become increasingly independent, are able to take the initiative and organise themselves

Make healthy lifestyle choices

Are physically competent and confident

Take managed risks and stay safe

Recognise their talents and have ambitions

Are willing to try new things and make the most of opportunities

Are open to the excitement and inspiration offered by the natural world and human achievements.

Responsible citizens who

Are well prepared for life and work

Are enterprising

Are able to work cooperatively with others

Respect others and act with integrity

Understand their own and others’ cultures and traditions, within the context of British heritage, and have a strong sense of their own place in the world

Appreciate the benefits of diversity

Challenge injustice, are committed to human rights and strive to live peaceably with others

Sustain and improve the environment, locally and globally

Take account of the needs of present and future generations in the choices they make

Can change things for the better.

Our pupils are entitled to a curriculum which is broad, balanced and relevant. The curriculum will be informed by assessment and appropriately differentiated in order to ensure continuity and progression throughout the learning process. We will ensure there is equality of access to and experience of the whole curriculum.

Our curriculum is planned to ensure entitlement for all pupils and we aim for and demand the highest levels of pupil achievement. We encourage and expect all our parents, carers and the community to work in active partnership with the school.

These curriculum aims will inform all school policies and planning, and will be reflected in classroom practice.

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