Our commitment to the emotional well-being and mental health of all our stakeholders, reflects our core beliefs and principles.
Our commitment to the emotional well-being and mental health of all our stakeholders, reflects our core beliefs and principles. We aim to ensure that the children at our school are provided with high-quality learning experiences based on a broad and balanced curriculum, whilst also promoting the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of all associated with the school. This leads to a consistently high level of pupil achievement, which prepares pupils for the challenges, opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of their next educational journey and indeed their adult life.
At Church Hill Primary School, we believe that children thrive based on the conditions in which they find themselves. We are committed to providing a positive, safe and stimulating environment for children to learn and where all are valued. We ensure that all children enjoy their learning, achieve their potential and become independent life-long learners.
We believe that children’s education should take place in a fully inclusive environment with equal opportunities for all and that all children should learn to value difference. Our school strives to be at the ‘hub’ of the local community with positive and effective links to the wider and global communities.
As a school we value:
- the happiness and emotional well-being of children, families and staff.
- caring staff who respect and know all children.
- the development of self-confidence, self-motivation and independence.
- co-operation, collaboration and teamwork.
- exciting but safe and secure spaces, indoor and outdoor, where children can explore, discover and experiment.
- the natural environment, the local community and the wider world.
- a stimulating and challenging curriculum, suited to children’s needs, enabling them to reach their full potential across all areas of learning.
- praise and celebration of the achievements of every child.
- raising aspirations and a commitment to lifelong learning.
- working in partnership with others to meet the needs of all the children and their families.
- all aspects of British life and culture; celebrating differences, diversity, core values and preparing children for life in Modern Britain.