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School Vision

Learning for all, Caring for all, Success for all.

At Whitechapel C.E. Primary School we will promote high achievement and learning for life by working with children to:

1. Set high individual standards in all areas of the curriculum.

2. Have high self-esteem and confidence – respecting themselves and others and one another’s achievements.

3. Develop skills and knowledge to make their own unique contribution to the world and be able to live and work independently and collaboratively.

4. Be flexible, creative and adaptable for life in the modern technological world.

5. Encourage a Christian way of living inside and outside school by developing personal moral values and an understanding and respect of others beliefs and culture.

6. Become successful, self-motivated life-long learners, with a positive attitude.

7. Develop skills to form effective relationships.

8. Develop a deeper knowledge and understanding of the Christian faith and scriptures.

9. Seek to extend themselves in mind, body and spirit, developing creativity, imagination and a curiosity and passion for learning.

10. Live a healthy life style and care for the environment.

11. Have happy memories of their time at our school.

We believe that each child will succeed through:

1. A commitment to each child and member of the school community being valued in a nurturing and enquiring Christian atmosphere of love, acceptance, forgiveness, security and inclusion.

2. A broad, enriched and challenging curriculum that recognises children’s different talents and different needs and provides appropriate individual learning experiences.

3. A learning ethos of support, challenge and encouragement.

4. A nurturing atmosphere, with a strong sense of calm, order and purposefulness where each child is valued as an individual and Christian values are promoted.

5. An attractive, stimulating and happy learning environment where learning is fun and effort and achievement are celebrated.

6. A safe and secure place that provides opportunities to work in a spirit of cooperation, partnership and mutual respect.

7. Provision of a rich range of learning resources and extra-curricular activities and visits.

8. Positive learning partnerships between school, home, church and the wider community.

9. Regular collective worship which surrounds the school in prayer and keeps music and song at the heart of school life.

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