Putteridge Primary School vision
Putteridge Primary is an inclusive school. We offer a rich, stimulating and nurturing environment where every child can succeed to the best of their ability in all aspects of their learning and development. We believe that a happy child is a successful child, and we are committed to ensuring that everyone is valued and respected.
Our staff are at the heart of Putteridge Primary and our fantastic team drive our desire to offer the best possible education for our pupils in partnership with parents and the local community. Putteridge’s thematic approach will develop a lifelong love of learning and foster the potential that lies within all of our children, preparing them to be happy, healthy, resilient, successful and responsible citizens of the future.
Our school aims to:
- Provide an engaging programme of work and learning experiences, ensuring a broad balanced curriculum which is thematic and engages all learners, allowing them to reach their full potential through a nurturing environment where children feel safe, happy and secure.
- Foster an enquiring mind, with the ability to question, choose, evaluate, pose opinions and discuss rationally.
- Provide a secure, supportive environment where all staff and children can develop respect for themselves, others and their surroundings resulting in pride in themselves, their peers and their school.
- Ensure all staff and pupils are provided with equal opportunities in order to thrive in this inclusive environment.
- Promote a nurturing environment where all members of staff are well-supported in all aspects of their professional development and well-being.
- Develop in each and every member of our school community confidence, resilience and a positive self-image.
- Develop awareness and understanding of moral, social and religious values and celebrate our diverse community.
- Prepare pupils for the challenges that may be faced daily, as well as those in the next stage of education and adult life.
- Work in partnership with all members of staff, parents, governors, other professionals and the wider community to deliver the agreed aims of the school.