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Aims and Values
Our Mission statement:
Edith Neville School will develop children to lead successful lives, making a positive difference to the world around them.
Children will be healthy, happy and confident. They will uphold British values recognizing the importance of justice, democracy, liberty and equality, showing mutual respect and tolerance of difference as proud members of society. Children will enjoy challenges, solve problems creatively and become active lifelong learners.
Edith Neville School will provide these opportunities by creating a positive and safe environment for children to achieve across a wide and creative curriculum, inspired by highly qualified staff and supported by their families and community.
- For children to operate as independent learners and thinkers
- To inspire a love for learning
- To provide a relevant curriculum for all
- For children to value themselves
- To foster a sense of belonging to a community
That children, staff and parents work actively in partnership to enable all children to realize their full potential. We aim for us all, as learners, to:
- Feel safe and valued as part of a caring community that celebrates success.
- Be independent learners who are able to seek solutions creatively and co-operatively.
- Inspire an ‘enquiring’ mind and ask questions.
- Be confident enough to take risks in our learning.
- Experience and actively participate in a relevant, creative curriculum that meets the needs of all.
- Be able to listen and articulate responses showing consideration to others.
- Be polite and courteous.
- Be proactive in our responsibilities towards society, our community, the environment and economy, linking ‘real life’ with our learning.
- Understand and respect diversity.
- Be aware of and recognize our own learning needs and be involved in planning future steps.
- Be well balanced and healthy individuals, proud of who we are, striving to do our best.