Vision and Aims
Who we are
Wolviston Primary School is situated in the heart of a thriving village. We are very proud of our school, its children, staff, governors and wider community. We are very much a ‘family’ school and put a high importance on the attitudes of respect, care and support of each other. We are also proud to be a Rights Respecting School and have worked hard to achieve level 2. We believe that we truly reflect our school motto – ‘Small School-Big Dreams.’
We believe that:
- Everyone should treat each other with respect and care.
- All our children will succeed, develop their ability to think independently and also understand the importance of rules.
- All our staff and stakeholders will go above and beyond expectations to make a difference.
- All our children should be actively encouraged to make choices, knowing that they are in a safe and supportive environment.
- Achievement should be celebrated.
We aim to:
- Continue to develop and improve as an outstanding school.
- Develop confident and resilient learners who take ownership of their learning, are proud of their achievements and are well prepared for life in modern Britain.
- Promote sustainability and an awareness of wider global issues through our curriculum and the links with our local and global communities.
- Ensure that all our stakeholders have an active and knowledgeable role within school.
- Continue to create a welcoming atmosphere in school where children, staff, parents and visitors feel safe and valued.
We will accomplish this by
- Delivering innovative and effective teaching and learning through an exciting, broad and challenging curriculum.
- Promoting a ‘have a go’ culture where children are supported and have the confidence to challenge themselves as learners.
- Working in partnership with other schools, charities and businesses; both locally and globally.
- Providing relevant CPD training/curriculum sessions for stakeholders and encouraging parental engagement.
- Treating everyone with respect.
- Using responsive, pro-active and effective monitoring mechanisms.