Teaching Aims and Objectives

Working together we believe everyone can achieve more. Therefore we have high expectations for every child’s progress and attainment. Planning challenging and appropriately differentiated work, we expect children’s commitment to their own achievements and value parental support.

We believe that children learn in different ways and to support this we provide a rich and varied learning environment to allow all learners to develop their skills and abilities to their full potential.

Through our teaching we aim to help each child become:

  • · An individual – thoughtful, creative and imaginative
  • · A cooperative person – someone who can form positive relationships and work as part of a team
  • · A whole person – responding to challenges, motivated and independent
  • · A responsible person – aware of others’ needs and diversity, questioning and understanding

We offer children opportunities to develop in different ways. These include:

  • · Investigation and problem solving
  • · Research, finding out
  • · Paired work
  • · Group work
  • · Independent work
  • · Class work
  • · Opportunities to use ICT across the curriculum
  • · Visits and visitors to enrich the curriculum
  • · Debates, role play and oral presentation of work
  • · Hands on learning
  • · Learning outside the classroom
  • · Physical and kinaesthetic learning