Vision and Values
School Ethos, Vision and ValuesOur school vision statement summarises what we want for each pupil during their time at Boughton Monchelsea. We believe that if children develop effective learning skills and attitudes during their primary education they will continue to learn and achieve throughout life. We encourage pupils to engage creatively and actively in their learning, as they build the resilience needed to achieve their goals. They reflect carefully as they learn and work together to solve problems and achieve excellence. We have a very caring and supportive school community, where the wellbeing of each individual is valued and everyone is encouraged to show respect for each other.
Our VisionWe aim to create a school community where everyone is committed to achieving excellence in a caring and inspirational learning environment. Pupils will grow in confidence and independence, building on their natural curiosity, creativity and enthusiasm for learning. They will develop empathy and respect for others, learning how they can make a difference as responsible citizens at local, national and global levels. They will acquire the skills and attitudes of lifelong learners, understanding that resilience and determination lead to success.
Boughton Monchelsea Primary School is committed to the principle of equal opportunity for all pupils.
Our equality objectives are;
- To promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through all appropriate curricular opportunities, with particular reference to issues of equality and diversity
- To promote cultural development and understanding through a rich range of experiences both in and beyond the school
- To move beyond deterministic notions of fixed ability and to model teaching and learning behaviours that avoid labelling
- To narrow the gap between boys' and girls' attainment across the school
- To eradicate prejudice-related bullying in relation to the protected characteristics listed in the Equality Act 2010
- To tackle prejudice and promote understanding in relation to people with disabilities