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Our Mission Statement, Vision and Aims for Gnoll Primary

We are delighted to share with you our new and updated vision and mission statement for Gnoll Primary School. In developing these, we have gathered information from our children, staff, governors and parents. As an ever evolving school, with the exciting opportunities through the new curriculum, we will continue to strive to build a vision that provides excellence for our children and families.

 

Our Mission Statement is;

Together we Nurture, Inspire and Achieve

Gyda’n gilydd rydym yn Meithrin, Ysbardoli a Chyflawni

 

Our Vision is;

At Gnoll Primary we are committed towards building a community where by all will be empowered to change their own lives and the lives of those around them. We will develop relationships based on mutual respect, trust and support. We celebrate diversity, encourage inclusion for all and develop collaborative skills to enable effective contribution to our local community and the wider world.

Well-being is at the heart of our school. We are committed to creating a safe, happy and caring learning environment where we will support each other to thrive and succeed. We will continually strive to remove the barriers to success and fear of failure. We encourage parent, teacher and community members actively involved in our children’s lives and learning.

Through excellent teaching, we will deliver an inspiring curriculum tailored to provide opportunities to develop skills and explore concepts which will empower children to become motivated learners who will discover and build on their interests. We are focused on developing learning capacity so they will know, understand and challenge themselves as learners. These will allow them to build their knowledge and understanding through topics that will capture their interest and stimulate their imagination; developing ownership and decision making, equipping all young people with knowledge, skills and dispositions for future challenges as lifelong learners.

Our school will take pride in leading the children in Gnoll Primary on their journey – both educational and for life; enabling them to drive their own futures to greater success and positively shape and strengthen our diverse community

School Aims

Our aim at Gnoll Primary is to aspire to develop the whole child in order to achieve their full potential, to participate in wider community and develop transferable skills enabling them to become successful citizens.

At Gnoll Primary School, we aim to

  • provide a school ethos where each child feels valued, respected and proud of themselves, their school and their local community
  • Work towards the four purposes developing our children as ethically, informed citizens who are ambitious capable learners, that are healthy, confident individuals who can be enterprising, creative contributors
  • encourage children to develop a hunger for and enthusiasm of learning through a lively, enquiring mind and develop in each child, self-confidence, self-esteem, a positive attitude and a love for learning which will stay with him/her forever .
  • encourage and develop independence of learning and to help pupils acquire knowledge, skills and values relevant to future life
  • ensure that all pupils experience high quality and purposeful teaching and learning – encouraging and enabling all pupils to achieve their potential.
  • ensure that all pupils have access to high quality resources and expertise. These will be provided within an interactive environment that encourages fun, creativity, respect and enjoyment
  • work in partnership with parents, carers, governors and other professionals to provide support, guidance and training through clear information on all aspects of school life and targets for self-improvement
  • to provide a caring, secure and ordered environment where all can work and play with confidence.  We strive to achieve this by ensuring school rules and polices are correctly adhered to. Communicating and acting upon risks and hazards in the environment and making necessary improvements where appropriate.
  • achieve a partnership with parents and carers in the education of their children through providing parents with clear information on all aspects of school life, and in particular targets for self-improvement.
  • promote the use of the bilingualism in order that it becomes a natural part of daily school life foster the child’s integrity, by spiritual awareness, so that the child recognises certain principles of moral behaviour and shows respect for all racial and cultural backgrounds
  • actively seek to raise all standards and be part of an ongoing self-evaluation process