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School Vision and Aims

School Vision

 

Dormansland Primary School provides a place to learn that nurtures, challenges and inspires all our children.

 

We encourage them to be the best they can be and to become happy, self-confident and responsible citizens, ready to meet the demands of life in 21st Century Britain and the wider global community.

 

We strive to achieve the highest standards of behaviour, social interaction and academic achievement, so that every child leaves our school with confidence, self-belief and the ability to take advantage of many, varied opportunities in the future.

 

We work hard to cultivate a warm, friendly, community atmosphere, where the promotion of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is at the heart of all that we do.

 

 

 

School Aims

 

§ To inspire all children to aim high and believe in themselves

 

§ To nurture and maintain a secure, happy, supportive and stimulating learning environment that meets the educational, emotional and social needs of the children.

 

§ To challenge and promote eachchild’s potential, by encouraging them to be the best that they can be.

 

§ To develop positive, caring and considerate attitudes, both within school and the wider community, where children feel able to make informed choices and to keep themselves safe. 

 

§ To develop a well-balanced, irresistible curriculum, encouraging independence, perseverance and creativity, the ability to question and reason and the desire to be a lifelong learner.

 

§ To enable children to acquire a range of mathematical skills and to understand the application of mathematical ideas in a variety of situations, in the classroom, at home and in the environment.

 

§ To enable the children to read fluently with enjoyment and understanding;

 

§ To enable the children to develop a legible style of writing and standards of spelling and punctuation appropriate to their age and level of development;

 

§ To encourage the children to listen actively and to learn how to acquire information from various sources.

 

§ To encourage each child to appreciate the skills and talents of others by celebrating all efforts within the classroom and the wider community.

 

§ To instil respect for spiritual, moral, social and cultural values and develop the ability to work together.

 

§ To value each individual equally and without prejudice.

 

§ To value the partnership between home and school.

 

As the children progress from Dormansland, they take with them the positive attitudes and skills they will need to take their place in our global society as happy, independent and self-motivated individuals.

 


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