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Visions and Values

Our vision and values are at the core of everything we do.

They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens.

Mission Statement

Nurturing the Future, Inspiring Success

 

At North Farnborough Infant School, as a Rights, Respecting school we endeavour to instill a love of and excitement about learning, where we are the starting place on a life long journey of discovery.

 

Our Aims:

 

  • To work in partnership with parents and the community to ensure we have happy, confident children who can independently access school life.
  • To engage the children so that they want to participate in the life of the school and make the most of the opportunities available.
  • To encourage the children to take pride in what they do.
  • To ensure a happy, safe, secure and healthy school environment where children have freedom to express themselves and want to learn.
  • To create a stimulating, challenging and exciting learning environment that meets, and exceeds, the demands of the National Curriculum.
  • To provide opportunities, which enable the children to discover an enthusiasm and joy for learning and discovering.
  • To maintain consistently high expectations of learning, teaching and behaviour throughout the school.
  • To foster a community where respect for others, the school and its surroundings are highly valued.
  • To develop each child’s physical, moral, social, creative and intellectual potential.
  • To value children and develop in them self-discipline, self-confidence, self-respect and self-esteem

 

Our Core Values:

 

Equality

Independence

Quality

Confidence

Respect

Responsibility

Creativity

Collaboration

Reflection

 

Key Skills we want our children to achieve:

 

  • Develop the basic skills to look after their own needs.
  • To have secure literacy and numeracy skills.
  • To be able to express themselves clearly and appropriately
  • To be able to listen to others and respond appropriately.
  • To take responsibility and respect own and others needs and feelings.
  • To show good manners at all times.
  • To develop an enquiring mind and an enthusiasm and enjoyment for learning.
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