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Cotton End Primary School is a place where everyone is cared for as an individual, their views and heritage respected and where children are at the centre of all we do. We allow each individual to flourish through a happy, safe and stimulating environment where everyone can meet their personal goals and full potential: physically, socially, intellectually, emotionally, morally and spiritually. Through a positive community ethos we listen, engage and nurture a can-do attitude in order to prepare all learners for their future lives, enabling enjoyable learning within the context of a rapidly changing technological society.
At Elstow School we believe that it is every child’s right to achieve his/her full potential regardless of ability, gender, race or socio-economic circumstance. We recognise that although the majority of children should achieve this through the normal differentiated curriculum, there are some children whose learning or behaviour requires special provision.
At Great Denham Primary School we are dedicated to putting the family at the heart of our school and community. To this end we are committed to providing a holistic approach that meets the needs of all our pupils and their families.
King’s Oak Primary School a school where people are welcomed, excellence is pursued, efforts are valued, ambition is nurtured and the potential of every child is realised.
‘To develop a learning environment that will maximise the progress of all, including vulnerable children and the most able.’
The Headteacher, Staff and Governors at Putnoe Primary School aim to help all pupils enjoy and achieve. We strive for academic excellence while seeking to provide a balance between academic subjects and the aesthetic, practical, musical and physical activities.
We believe all pupils should have the opportunity to develop those life skills that will raise self-confidence and self-esteem and contribute to their role as responsible citizens.
The success of our mission is focused around the following themes:
Working together with the wider community, seeking continuous improvement and innovation, celebrating success and taking pride in our achievements and being responsible for our own actions.
At Rushmoor we aim to enable pupils to acquire the knowledge, wisdom and self-discipline appropriate for life-long learning, employment and adult life. To achieve this aim we ensure that all pupils have the opportunity to develop their intellectual, physical and creative gifts, across a broad and balanced curriculum.
We promote the personal development of pupils, encouraging lively and enquiring minds, respect for themselves and others as well as a high regard for truth. We encourage self-confidence, integrity, social responsibility and awareness in students. Pupils learn to show respect and active concern for their school surroundings and for the wider environment.
Our aim is to provide an environment in which every pupil can achieve the highest standards in all aspects of school life in preparation for the challenges of the future. The stability and security of continuous education on one site, spanning the age range from 2 – 16 years is a major factor in helping us achieve this.
Developing the Individual
We place a major emphasis on the individual, recognising that all children are different, and we value each and every one in their own right. Each child has his or her own talents and abilities and we aim to encourage each one to develop their own special strengths and to grow in confidence and self-esteem to find their role in the community. Happiness is the first essential in this.
Through our pastoral care system, we aim to help each child to develop their potential in both academic and extra-curricular fields by encouragement, understanding and a close working relationship between children, staff and parents.
Whilst every effort is made to draw out the academic potential of each individual, we consider it equally important that the children should grow up to be confident, caring, honest and responsible young people, capable of making a positive contribution to the society in which they live and work.
We strongly uphold the Christian principles in as far as they refer to the way in which we behave towards each other. In practise, it means that we teach our children honesty, integrity, compassion and a true respect for all around them.
We actively seek to remove the barriers to learning and participation that can hinder or exclude individuals or groups of children. This includes those who may be missing out, difficult to engage or feeling in some way apart from what the school seeks to provide. Equality of opportunity is a reality for all our children. We provide this through the attention we pay to the different individuals and groups of children within our school.
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Shortstown Primary School is an inclusive school which has a positive impact on children’s lifelong learning and achievement through high expectations in a creative and motivating environment.