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Our Vision

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Our Rights Respecting Parents and our Rights Respecting Children working together to make a difference! 

What We Do Matters To Allenby Primary School

Vision

School Mission Statement

School Aims

The Governing Body of Allenby Primary School, in conjunction with all staff, aim to provide the following: - 

  • A learning environment which will reflect the different cultures within the school and help children to:
    • develop character
    • prepare for future school life
    • respect their own and others culture
    • encourage the use of initiative
    • develop questioning skills
    • care for themselves, each other and the immediate environment
    • feel happy and develop confidence
    • learn 
  • A curriculum which will:
    • meet the requirements of the National Curriculum
    • encourage a love of learning
    • be based on creative and cross curricular teaching
    • give equal opportunities for learning
    • meet the needs of children in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) as outlined in the EYFS framework, using adult and child initiated activities
    • balance practical learning with whole class based teaching
    • make use of the local environment
    • ensure the special educational needs of the children are addressed
    • be broad and balanced within the constraints of government initiatives
    • set realistic but challenging targets to raise teaching and learning
    • make children aware of a changing world
    • develop their ability to communicate
    • ensure continuity and progression 
  • A code of behaviour which will:
    • be based on positive rewards and praise based on our school values
    • have clear expectations known by children and circulated to parents
    • be implemented consistently by all staff
    • promote self esteem
    • create a feeling of safety and security
    • expect children to be thoughtful and aware of the needs of others, the environment and the natural world
    • develop acceptable social skills, including politeness to adults 
  • A partnership between parents and the school to:
    • help parents feel that ‘Allenby’ is their school
    • help parents to develop an understanding of what children do in school
    • foster links between the child as a pupil and the child as a member of a family
    • help parents to feel welcome and comfortable about being in school
    • ensure parents have information about their child’s progress
    • help parents to feel confident that their children are in a secure environment
    • develop strong links to the local community 
  • A staff who:
    • provide a stimulating working and learning environment
    • have a thirst to learn and develop
    • are inspiring role models
    • regularly have opportunities to feel a sense of achievement
    • feel they are valued members of a whole school team
    • work towards achieving realistic but challenging goals
    • support children’s learning
    • share ideas
    • communicate with each other professionally
    • are forward looking
    • are aware of individual needs
    • take up opportunities for training and development
    • feel supported by management and each other
    • have structured systems and procedures in place 
  • A site which is:
    • safe and secure
    • clean
    • well maintained
    • attractive and welcoming
  • A balanced budget which is managed to:
    • include where possible, a contingency to help balance the budget from one year to the next
    • ensure savings will be directed to specific projects as identified from the school improvement plan 
  • A Governing Body which will support the work of the staff and children by:
    • providing a strategic overview
    • acting as a ‘critical friend’
    • ensuring accountability
    • attending meetings regularly
    • being prepared for meetings 
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