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Visions and Values

 

 

Empowering our children to achieve their ambitions.

 

 

By working together in an exciting, creative and supportive Christian environment we will challenge and inspire every child to become highly literate, numerate, sociable and healthy, with a thirst for continued learning and a belief in their ability to become significant citizens.

 

 

Values: The school aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice

 

  • Quality-relentless pursuit of excellence in all we do and offer.
  • Collaboration- respecting individual differences and value diversity, promoting co-operation in order to achieve goals.
  • Innovation- wisdom of continual renewal and innovation- embrace new initiatives that can improve the way things are done. Empower all to demonstrate leadership and take risks, learning from failures. Growth of employees.
  • Centrality of the learner/child centred- children the core purpose of what we do. Each individual’s needs and requirements will be met.
  • Access- opportunities offered to all
  • A participative culture- mutual respect, openness and trust. People are valued, and all individuals have unique and important contributions to be made. Ideas, opinions etc… are not only welcomed but are essential. We value all contributions from the wider local, national and international community.
  • Enjoying what we do is critical to our success.

Enmore Church of England Primary School is a Limited Company by Guarantee.  All Governors are directors of the company and as such have all agreed and signed the following statement to uphold the object of the Company in acting in their roles as governors.

 

"We recognise that the object of the Company is to establish, maintain, carry on, manage and develop the school with a designated Church of England religious character offering a broad and balanced curriculum to be conducted in accordance with the principles, practices and tenets of the Church of England both generally and in particular in relation to arranging for religious education and daily acts of worship (as required by the funding agreement) and in having regard to the advice of the Diocesan Board of Education."

“By working together in an exciting, creative and supportive Christian environment we will challenge and inspire every child to become highly literate, numerate, sociable and healthy, with a thirst for continued learning and a belief in their ability to become significant citizens”

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