Our vision for Warbstow Primary Academy reflects our wholehearted commitment to learning and recognition of the uniqueness of individual learners. It is driven by our deep desire to offer the very best possible education for every child. Through working in partnership with our parents and local community, our children learn in a nurturing and safe environment. We believe our approach will encourage and inspire a love of learning, unlock every child's true potential as a learner and prepare them to successfully meet the challenges of the next stage of education and their lives.
Our aim is to promote a fully inclusive partnership where there is true equality of opportunity in all aspects of life-long learning. We aim for every child to say ‘that was the best day’.
- To develop every child to their full potential in all areas of learning- emotional, intellectual, physical, social, moral, spiritual and cultural.
- To provide the full breadth of the National Curriculum with emphasis on the basic skills of English, mathematics , science and computing.
- To ensure excellence in teaching and learning within a high-quality learning environment.
- To develop imaginative, creative, lively and enquiring minds with the confidence to ask questions.
- To develop resilience and perseverance becoming creative and independent thinkers and learners for life within an ever-changing world.
- To develop children's ability to work as contributors within co-operative groups, within school and wider community and an understanding and tolerance of the beliefs of others.
- To value and recognise the uniqueness and achievements of all members of our school family.
Our school is built upon six key values, as a school community we have given great consideration to our school values. They help us understand how we can positively contribute to school and our wider community. We work hard to put these values and behaviours into practice in our daily lives.
Through assemblies, themed weeks and events linked to current affairs we promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Children learn about the basic British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance for different faiths and beliefs in order to prepare them for life in modern Britain.