'we can be whatever we dream'
In our inclusive school, we value, seek to understand, and identify potential in everyone. We encourage everyone in our school community to engage in the life of the school and wider community.
We promote values which include: British democracy; the rule of law; individual liberty; respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs (and no faith) - alongside an appreciation and celebration of difference and diversity (reflecting all protected characteristics and social class). We promote rights and accept that with rights come responsibility.
Valuing our cultural heritage, we explore our local, regional and national heritage and British History, both positive and negative - learning from history and taking pride in positive contributions made.
Aims of Rosebrook Primary School
To meet the needs of every child so that they can achieve their intellectual, spiritual, moral, social and physical potential.
To develop self-confidence so that children can successfully deal with significant life changes and challenges.
To keep children safe in school and to teach them safe practices so that they are able to keep themselves safe both in and out of school.
To promote good attendance.
To achieve high educational standards
To provide a broad-based curriculum which is stimulating, interesting and allows children to become independent learners.
To help parents to support their children’s learning
To teach children to value and respect the beliefs, opinions and feelings of others.
To promote a healthy physical and emotional lifestyle.
To give children the key skills to contribute positively to their community.
As members of our community, and as a result of their time with us, young people learn how to value the richness of our regional heritage value their own culture, while showing respect for that of others work as individuals and as part of a team make, and act upon, informed choices concerning moral, ethical and aesthetic issues develop lively, positive and enquiring minds strive for excellence at all times take pride in their own achievements and in the success of others lead a balanced and thoughtful life.
1. To raise achievement and standards for all pupils by:
a) Improving the quality of teaching and learning
b) Developing progress in English
c) Developing progress in maths
d) Developing systems of assessment which inform next steps
e) Ensuring basic skills are taught well and are applied consistently in other subjects.
2. Develop strategies for SEND including transition to Education and Health Care Plans.
3. Develop provision for ASD hub extension
4. To raise expectations and aspirations and provide support for our pupils and the school community.
5. To further develop leadership and governance.
6. To develop staff CPD and succession planning at all stages.