Aims and Overview
“We believe that every child and adult matters. At Stanley Park Junior School, we work together as staff, parents, carers and governors, in a fun, safe and inclusive environment.We strive to create a rich, varied and challenging curriculum that provides inspirational learning opportunities for all children as they aspire to become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens with a sense of pride in themselves and their school.”
To support the development of successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens we:
- Nurture emotional well being and provide experiences that support children towards making choices that lead towards a healthy and active lifestyle.
- Develop children’s understanding of safe and secure environments, managing risks and equipping them with strategies to build positive relationships and to cope with peer pressure, including safe and responsible use of the internet.
- Instil positive attitudes towards learning, through a stimulating and challenging curriculum, that motivates children through enjoyable learning experiences that promote high achievement for all.
- Encourage children’s commitment toward making a positive contribution towards other people and the world in which they live.
- Inspire confident and resilient children who have developed knowledge and skills that create an enthusiasm for life and learning in the 21st Century.
- Reflect on our approach to all aspects of school life, striving to find the best way forward to benefit the school and our community, treating everyone with fairness and respect.
- Promote the fundamental British Values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.
- Embrace our "Sense of Pride".
We all want the best for the children at Stanley Park Junior School – this is clearly set out above in our Vision and Values. We recognise that this can best be achieved when the home and school work in partnership - sharing the responsibilities and pleasures of preparing young people for the future.
The headteacher and senior leaders have high expectations for pupils. They have established an inclusive ethos and are determined to provide an all-round education which supports pupils’ academic and personal development. They have taken decisive action to promote equality of opportunity by ensuring that gaps in achievement are closing between different groups of pupils.
...NEED A BRAIN
- I come prepared to learn.
- I try to show good learning skills.
- I concentrate on my work and finish the task
- When I makes a mistake I do not get upset and I try to learn from it. practice makes perfect!
- I ask questions to help clarify , check and further my learning.
- I persevere and challenge myself to achieve my best.
...NEED TO HAVE COURAGE.
- I believe in myself and think positively
- I am not afraid to ask for help if I need it.
- I share ideas and explain my thinking.
- I will have a go (even if I am nervous!).
- I make choices that keep me safe, fit and healthy.
- I am prepared to make mistakes and try new things.
- I stand up for what is right.
...NED TO HAVE A HEART
- I try to remember and follow our agreed rules.
- I help others and treat them as I would like to be treated.
- I am polite, considerate, honest, reliable and responsible.
- I only say and do kind things.
- I celebrate difference and respect other people's ideas - even if I do not agree
- I find ways to look after the environment and make a difference to the local and wider community.
- I care about other people's feelings.