OUR AIMS, VALUES AND VISION AT EAST BOLDON INFANT SCHOOL
Our Aims and Values:
At East Boldon Infant School we pride ourselves on providing children with a happy, safe, stimulating environment in which they can learn, develop and achieve. We aim to provide a warm and supportive ethos where staff, children and the whole school community work together to ensure all feel happy, safe and cared for. We have high expectations of all our children and inspire them to believe they are all capable of achieving with hard work, resilience and determination. We aim to provide a challenging, creative and exciting curriculum combined with high quality teaching meeting the needs of all children.
We encourage a strong sense of collaboration working in partnership with parents, governors and the local community to provide a culture of excellence, kindness and respect.
Our Aims and Values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our children to become lifelong learners and confident, happy citizens
Together we aim high and work hard to be the best we can be so that we can enjoy success and make a difference in our lives and in the wider world!
We believe that together we can:
- Help children to be the best they can be
- Take risks and challenge themselves with exciting learning opportunities
- Learn to be honest, kind and respect each other and the world around us
Our strong values and high expectations for all create a safe and inclusive environment where pupil well-being and achievement is at the heart of what we do. These are developed through:
Challenge – Solving problems, working together, investigating, explaining
Aspiration – Setting no limits ‘if you can think it, you can achieve it!’
Success – Everyone has the potential to succeed and be the best they can be
Growth Mindset – Having a ‘can do’ attitude, being resilient, responsible, reflective and resourceful in our learning
“Outstanding care, guidance and support make a major contribution to pupil’s progress, enjoyment and well-being” (Ofsted)
“A rich and diverse curriculum captivates pupils, sustains their interest and provides a wealth of experiences” (Ofsted)