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Aims of the School

MISSION STATEMENT
Staff, pupils and governors have given consideration to a mission statement that encapsulates the ethos and vision for Broomfields Junior School.

Together we learn, achieve and enjoy

Our aims are directed towards preparing each pupil for life within and beyond the school. They are concerned with developing the highest standards to which each pupil can aspire through the provision of quality learning experiences and making the most efficient and effective use of all resources available to us.

We aim to:
Achievement of Pupils at the School:

• Help all pupils learn to the best of their ability, acquiring and developing key skills and a deep knowledge across the curriculum
• Enthuse children to make rapid progress as they develop and apply a range of skills to ensure that they are exceptionally well prepared for the next stage in their education
• Strive for the highest standards possible

Quality of Teaching in the School
• Draw upon the excellent subject knowledge of teachers to create outstanding lessons
• Use imaginative teaching strategies to promote high levels of enthusiasm for, participation in and commitment to learning
• Promote high levels of resilience, confidence and independence in children when tackling challenging activities

Behaviour and Safety of Pupils at the School:
• Have a consistent approach towards behaviour management, guiding children to manage their own behaviour in the classroom and in social situations where they demonstrate high levels of engagement, courtesy, collaboration and cooperation
• Ensure children have an excellent, enthusiastic attitude towards their learning, helping their peers learn and thrive in an atmosphere of respect and dignity
• Help pupils to feel safe, teaching what constitutes unsafe situations and how pupils can keep themselves and others safe in and out of school

Quality of Leadership in and Management of the School:
• Pursue excellence through an uncompromising and highly successful drive to improve and maintain the highest levels of achievement
• Provide a broad, balanced, differentiated and innovative curriculum full of memorable experiences and rich opportunities delivered by outstanding teachers
• Establish a friendly and trusting relationship between home and school so that we work together for the good of the pupils

The Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development of Pupils at the School:
• Raise awareness of moral values and diversity within a mainly Christian ethos;
• Encourage community cohesion by raising the awareness of pupils to their own and other cultures, fostering concern and respect for others;
• Engender an understanding of sustainable development through encouraging care for yourself, others and the environment;
• Ensure that at every level, in all our work and throughout all aspects of the school community and its life, all will be treated equally.