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Harthill Primary School

‘A school at the heart of its village’

Visions and Values

              Our vision and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our

              teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as

              confident,  happy  citizens.

 

 

Our Vision Statement

 

Harthill Primary School is a vibrant learning community where everyone’s contribution makes a difference.

 

We are dedicated to the provision of an enjoyable, innovative and exciting curriculum where the children are motivated to maximise their potential, achieve high standards in all subjects and aspire to reach their personal goals.

 

Our children will be confident, independent learners who are reflective, resilient risk takers. Every child will aspire to be a creative and enterprising thinker, using their initiative to apply skills to solve problems in an ever-changing society.

 

In our aspirational school, we have high expectations of ourselves and others. A stimulating learning climate encourages a positive attitude and an appetite for knowledge.

 

We will encourage our children to adopt a healthy lifestyle, our caring individuals will respect and value others within our community. They will believe in themselves and have the ability to communicate effectively, building relationships and developing skills for life.

 

Above all, children will leave Harthill Primary School as happy individuals who hold positive memories of their learning experience.

 

 

School Aims

 

  • To create a stimulating and enjoyable learning environment in which every child feels secure, significant and worthwhile, and which enables every child fully to realise their potential.

 

  • To create an effective and meaningful partnership between home, school and the community, which benefits all the children.

 

  • To develop in the children positive attitudes towards learning, aiming for their personal best in all they undertake and leaning to use failure as well as success as a building block of achievement.

 

  • To foster a close relationship with the local and wider community to enrich learning.

 

  • To raise standards in Literacy, Numeracy and ICT in order to maximise pupil progress in all subjects.

 

  • To create a welcoming and friendly working environment for staff and pupils.

 

  • To educate the child above and beyond the subjects of the National Curriculum, so that they develop elf esteem, self confidence, self discipline and respect for the needs, opinions, feelings and property of others.

 

  • To ensure that all adults and children connected with the school feel equally valued and involved so that they have a vested interest in the success of the school.
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