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Visions, Ethos and Values

Our Vision

 

At Brookfield Community Primary School we aim to create an environment of mutual respect, giving children social skills for life. Every child will have access to a creative, exciting and stimulating curriculum to give them the opportunity to reach high standards of achievement and fulfil their potential in a safe, friendly, caring school.

We seek to involve parents/carers and the community in achieving this shared vision to support and encourage children on their journey of lifelong learning.

Ethos and Values

We want children and staff to enjoy coming into school every day and take pride in moving the school forward.

We are committed to maximising children’s achievement and development.

 

Our children will:

 

  • Be happy and secure

  • Be high achieving learners-making excellent progress in relation to prior attainment

  • Be enthusiastic and highly motivated to learn

  • Develop key skills

  • Be good role models-demonstrate positive attitudes and behaviours characterised by high self-esteem, independence, resilience and responsibility

  • Be respectful to other children and adults

  • Be respectful of the school environment

  • Become well-rounded citizens

 

Our staff will:

 

  • Create a vibrant learning environment

  • Have secure subject knowledge

  • Ensure learning is purposeful, relevant, creative, challenging, employ effective teaching strategies, inclusive and enjoyable

  • Plan and assess effectively

  • Set high expectations

  • Provide a rich, stimulating balanced curriculum

  • Encourage children to solve problems, take risks and be creative

  • Employ positive behaviour strategies

  • Celebrate achievement

  • Work in partnership with parents/carers

  • Contribute, take responsibility and develop initiatives

  • Consistently hold high professional expectations of themselves and one another

  • Be good role models

 

The school will be an environment where:

 

  • There is a positive, confident and  optimistic ethos

  • There is a culture of inclusion

  • There is an environment of opportunity engendering a sense of pride, ownership, responsibility and identity

  • There are caring relationships where children and adults are valued as individuals

  • Diversity is celebrated

  • Open and effective communication and consultation is valued

  • We value fairness, honesty and integrity

  • We maintain an open dialogue about how children learn best

  • We value the learning and development of children, staff and volunteers

  • We learn from each other

  • We continually reflect, evaluate and challenge our existing beliefs

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