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Our Vision

Our curriculum aim is to enable all our children to become: ​

  • Successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve. ​
  • Confident individuals who are able to lead safe, healthy and fulfilling lives.
  • Responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society.

To do this, our curriculum is built around six big ideas that shape our world and our culture:

  • Planet Earth and the Universe
  • Civilisation
  • Human Creativity
  • Innovation and Exploration
  • Identity and Diversity
  • Personal Growth

As a school that respects the rights of the children and adults in our school family, community and beyond, it is important that our vision adheres to articles from UNICEF’s Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC):

  • Article 2: We have the right to be treated equally (no discrimination).
  • Article 3: We have the right to decisions being made in our best interests.
  • Article 12: We have the right have our views respected.
  • Article 13: We have the right to share our thoughts freely.
  • Article 19: We have the right to be protected from violence.
  • Article 24: We have the right to the best health possible.
  • Article 28: We have the right to education.
  • Article 31: We have the right to play and relax by doing things we like.

Poster of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child - The Children's Version

Our rights are supported by the development and strengthening of seven learning behaviours in our children (our Rainbow Values and Rules):

  • Respect: I speak and act kindly towards others.
  • Compassion: I understand how others feel.
  • Self-Awareness: I understand how I feel and how I make others feel.
  • Self-Belief: I believe that I can be the best I can be.
  • Critical Thinking: I solve problems and make good choices.
  • Teamwork: I work well with other people.
  • Resilience: I don’t give up when things get difficult.

Page reviewed on 19/02/24 by KJD.