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Ethos, Values & Mission

 Ethos

At Caister Infant Nursery School & Children’s Centre children come first and our priority is to deliver high quality teaching and learning whilst at the same time providing rich and truly enjoyable learning experiences for our community of children.  

 

Everything we do as a school is to ensure that the children achieve their very best. We are deeply aware that children only get one chance at their primary education and it is our job to ensure that they all reach for the

highest levels of personal achievement and development.

 

We want every child to be successful; to reach for success from the very first day they join us and throughout their school lives so that when they leave us, they have a love of learning for the rest of their lives.

Mission Statement

 

We believe all children have the right to learn through exciting, stimulating and fun experiences which encourage them to be healthy and feel happy and safe.  In addition they have the right to be valued and respected and to have high expectations for the future.

 The Aims and Values of the School

We believe all children have the right to learn through exciting, stimulating and fun experiences which encourage them to be healthy and feel happy and safe.  In addition they have the right to be valued and respected and to have high expectations for the future.

 

In short we believe that every child matters and our aims, vision and ethos supports this belief.  We  therefore strive to provide:-

 

  • a relevant, balanced and exciting curriculum development through a creative cross curricular approach which develops skills in problem solving, communicating (including ICT) and working together and is accessible to all

 

  • an ethos of challenge which enables pupils to set themselves high standards, to take pride in their work and to strive towards high achievements

 

  • a safe, caring, friendly, welcoming and stimulating environment in which parents, carers and the all of the staff are seen as partners in children’s learning

 

  • an approach which develops and maintains in all the children personal qualities of open mindedness, enquiry, creativity, reasoning as well as healthy attitudes towards others in the community, whatever their age, ability, race, creed or culture

 

  • a partnership with parents, carers, governors and the community with opportunities for extended learning through educational visits and pre and post school learning opportunities

 

  • a high quality learning environment where the social and emotional needs of children are given a top priority and where citizenship as well as global awareness are valued as important elements in their development

 

  • a community of colleagues where everyone is valued and where every member of staff has a contribution to make to the development of our school and the education of each child as an individual

 

  • a team of professionals committed to working with all agencies concerned with children’s welfare, health and education

 

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