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School Ethos

Our Vision Statement:

'Norton Free C of E Primary is a caring, Christian Community that inspires everyone to be the best they can be, to value themselves and others and to live joyfully and in peace'

 

 

Our School Ethos

 ‘From little acorns mighty oaks grow’

Vision Statement: 'Norton Free C of E Primary is a caring, Christian Community that inspires everyone to be the best they can be, to value themselves and others and to live joyfully and in peace'

At Norton Free we aim to continually strive for improvement and keep our Christian values at the very heart of everything we do and at the heart of our community. We aim for all children to enjoy their time at Norton Free C of E Primary School in a calm, safe and caring environment, based on love, kindness and mutual respect. Here, every child is an individual and unique in the eyes of God. All our staff are committed to providing an environment where pupils’ physical and mental health and well-being is of the highest importance, allowing them to thrive and achieve throughout their time here.

Through our caring ethos and shared values, our school aims to: 

  • Ensure that relationships and behaviour (including behaviour for learning) are outstanding.
  • Ensure that teaching and learning are of a consistently high standard inspiring children to be the best they can be.
  • Ensure that children achieve and reach their full potential and develop a love of learning.

 

We have designed our Curriculum to be tailored to the needs of our children and taught in a cross-curricular way incorporating our whole school values and delivered through engaging and fun filled topics that motivate the children. We promote good health and fitness, respect, co-operation, perseverance and determination, self-belief, resilience and kindness towards others in a safe, calm environment.

 

Children’s successes are celebrated in a variety of different ways and we encourage them to take pride in their own achievements as well as the work of others. Together with our parents, churches and the wider community, we aim for our children to develop the confidence, skills and the self-esteem needed to be successful in a changing world.

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