Ethos and Values

VISION

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Article 23 United Nations Convention Rights

A child with a disability has the right to live a full and decent life in conditions that promote dignity, independence and an active role in the community.

Children with disabilities are able to live a full and decent life in conditions that promote dignity, independence and an active role in the community

MISSION

To offer a personalised, inclusive and appropriate education in a safe but stimulating environment that enables every pupil/student to achieve their physical, emotional and academic potential.

OUR VALUES

Child Centred 

We always act in the best interest of the pupils/students. We promote clear and open communication in a happy and nurturing environment.  We champion dignity and independence, encouraging our pupils/students to take an active role in their family, school and community.

Aspirational

We have high expectations of pupils/students, staff, Governors, families and other agencies, set high goals, celebrate success and are committed to improving the quality of everything we do for pupils/students.

Innovation

We are open to new ideas and embrace change.  Pupils/students and staff are encouraged to question, to challenge perception and expectations, to push boundaries in order to develop dynamic and creative solutions.

Accountability Our aim is to take personal responsibility for using resources efficiently to provide the highest quality learning opportunities, maximising progress and outcomes.

Togetherness

We are a school where everyone is respected and valued for their contribution.  We thrive on our diversity and work in partnership to improve the quality of life for our pupils/students and their families.

Communication

We are a school committed to the Total Communication approach and an Open door policy with all stakeholders in the best interests of the pupils/students.