Vision and Aims

Aims

  • To provide a happy, secure and safe environment where everyone feels valued and respected through our 'A Valued Me' core values system.
  • To create an atmosphere where children are comfortable in sharing their ideas and in respecting the ideas of others to become confident and competent learners.
  • To encourage all of our children to achieve their potential and follow their aspirations, by providing them with the necessary skills for the future.
    To provide opportunities to become confident and competent: academically, socially and spiritually. To make learning inspiring, challenging, fun and meaningful!

Values

  • We value diversity and individuality and encourage acceptance of all within our inclusive community.
  • We respect positive relationships, which foster both independence and teamwork by encouraging full participation where everyone's voice is heard.
  • We take pride in our work, our School and our community.
  • We celebrate our successes and learn from our mistakes.

Whole Child

  • Rather than focus on only a child's academic or physical development, we recognize that children are made up of interconnected parts: mental, physical, socio-emotional and spiritual.
  • Changes in any one part has impact on all of the others. At Redhill we are mindful of this and are able to offer support so a child's learning is not affected.

Vision For The Next Five Years

  • We will have developed a dynamic governing body that is judged to be outstanding, that provides challenge, rigor and develops strategic plans.
  • We will sustain our focus on standards and personalized learning. We will ensure every child reaches their educational potential. Literacy and Numeracy will remain a priority to ensure standards remain high.
  • Continue to maximize each child's talents, whether it is a sporting, creative, artistic or an academic talent.
  • We will continue to create a learning environment that both nurtures and provides opportunities for such talents to be recognized and celebrated.
    The creative arts and extracurricular provision are fundamental to the success of such an aim.
  • Continue to support the school in providing a curriculum offer that allows children to explore and challenge their own learning through creative and open-ended tasks.
  • Build on the strength of the school as a community where learning is a preparation for life in modern Britain.
  • We will be providing swift and easy access to on-line and school based learning resources and approaches for parents and carers.