Values and Ethos

        

    Our Vision Statement  

        

Our inspiration at Lindens Primary School is the desire to provide the best possible education, opportunities and environment for all who are part of our school. We aim to ensure that all children are given equal opportunities and equal access to every aspect of the curriculum and all activities at school.

 

We believe that our school should be an inclusive community where all aim high, achieve well and develop self confidence, positive values and beliefs, a sense of community,  well being and caring attitudes towards others.

 

We aim to support a friendly, calm and purposeful school ethos, which offers security and opportunity for personal growth as well as providing an exciting, challenging and inspirational school where children will thrive.

 

We aim to be at the forefront of educational best practice and our children will benefit from our desire to give them access to the latest technological and educational developments.

 

We aim to be a truly ‘Healthy School’ and through this ensure that our children are prepared and equipped to make effective and positive decisions and choices for themselves as they journey through their lives.

 

AIMS & ETHOS

 

At Lindens we are very proud of the ethos and atmosphere that our staff and children have worked hard to create. The ethos helps to ensure that your child will be happy and valued whilst at our school.

The School aims to:

  • develop lively, enquiring, imaginative and creative minds with the ability to question and argue rationally and to apply themselves to tasks

  • help children make the right choices to keep themselves healthy and safe

  • continuously improve the teaching and learning of basic skills in English and Maths

  • help children understand the multi-cultural nature of society, to respect those with different religions, beliefs and ways of life, and to oppose  discrimination against any person or group

  • raise children’s attainment levels and help them to achieve to the best of their ability

  • develop children’s positive attitudes, values and beliefs so that they treat themselves and others with respect

  • encourage children’s self-discipline, independence and self- confidence

  • provide a safe, secure and stimulating environment where children are happy and enjoy learning

  • provide a broad, balanced, relevant and enjoyable curriculum which meets the needs of all children

  • promote the spiritual, moral, aesthetic, cultural, mental and physical development of all pupils

  • value all kinds of  achievement