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Week Beginning 15th October 2018. Monday 15.10.18 - Individual photos. Thursday 18.10.18 Cake Sale, Home Netball Match. Friday 19.10.18 Harvest Assembly Y3. Break up for Half Term at end of normal school day/Funzone
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Vision, Values and Aims

Our ethos is that the children, in all that they do, will embody these qualities:

We Care, We Learn, We Shine”

 

 

We Care about every child and foster this caring attitude in all that we do.  We teach children to care about themselves, others in school and those in the wider world.

 

We Learn. We want every child to achieve their potential, ensuring all have embedded the key skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening and maths when they leave primary school. Based on the Early Learning Goals and National Curriculum for Primary Schools learning is enriched through special events, visits and visitors. We believe passionately in educating the “whole child”, broadening children’s interests and developing skills so that they can excel, love learning and make ambitious choices for their lifelong learning and future.

 

We Shine. We want children to shine, every child is unique and we nurture this to allow them to shine and enjoy each day of school so that they live rich and full lives. We celebrate and recognise when children have made personal, class and school achievements. We expect children to take on responsibilities and have many special opportunities.  We are proud to support events and organisations in our community and the world.

 

Our vision statement is that: children at Ash Grange Primary School will be active learners who take the important steps to achieve ambitious goals.

Our values that underpin the teaching and learning experiences that all children will have are:

  1. Enriched learning experiences that will broaden children’s knowledge and understanding of the world.
  2. The development of effective communications and language skills so that children can be confident and powerful communicators.
  3. The development of physical, mental and emotional health.

 

School Development Plan 2018-19

Each year the school stakeholders review progress and attainment and identify actions to improve the provision for the children.  This is the focus for the school improvement for the current school year.


Targets

  1. Raise standards in English so that all children are achieving within or above age related attainment expectations in speaking and listening, reading and writing; all children will make at least expected rates of progress each half-term.
  2. Raise standards in Maths so that all children are achieving within or above age related attainment expectations and make at least expected rates of progress each half-term.
  3. Raise standards in computing so that all children are achieving within or above age related attainment expectations and make at least expected rates of progress each half-term.
  4. Develop a whole school mental health strategy which improves understanding and enables children to achieve their potential.

 

Governors

Governors monitor all aspects of the SDP as part of meetings, and on-going monitoring throughout the year.

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