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Vision Statement

Whitehouse Community Primary - Vision

 

 

Our motto: ‘If you believe it … you can achieve it!’

 

At Whitehouse Community Primary School, we respect and value everyone and are fully committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all. Therefore, our vision  is:

 

'To enable everyone at Whitehouse Community Primary School to thrive and achieve their full potential'

 

To support everyone in achieving their full potential we carefully support the skills needed for our learners to follow ‘The Whitehouse Way’. We expect all children at Whitehouse to demonstrate high expectations through our four learning behaviours and hope these will support them in their life beyond Whitehouse.

 

v Courage

v Perseverance

v Reflection

v Responsibility

 

Alongside these, we encourage the children to follow our school rules at all times. These are:

 

v We are kind and respectful

v We work hard

v We are honest

v We listen

 

 

As a school, we want our learners to be successful. To do this we will:

 

ü Encourage all members of our community to contribute and support the children’s learning.

ü Improve life skills by providing a broad and balanced, modern and relevant curriculum, which promotes the Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development of all children.

ü Inspire all children to want to be at school every day.

ü Raise aspirations of everyone in our community.

ü Consistently track pupil progress, be proactive in identifying underachievement, and take steps to minimize this.

ü Be inclusive and provide effective support for vulnerable learners and those facing personal challenge and change.

ü Uphold British Values of Democracy, The Rule of Law, Individual Liberty, Mutual Respect and Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs for example by providing opportunities for children to make decisions that affect them.

ü Endeavour to furnish our children with all the life skills they will need in later life to become valuable and well-adjusted citizens who are tolerant and respectful of all.

ü Work alongside other schools and specialist services to ensure the children have access to high quality support for their learning and well-being at all levels.

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