Vision Statement, School Aspirations and Core Purpose of the Trust
“Growing, caring and learning together; meeting challenges, making the most of opportunities and enjoying the journey.”
Our School Aspirations:
- To build a community of respectful, responsible, self-confident individuals who have a voice and make a positive contribution.
- To encourage our community to make the appropriate choices that lead to an emotionally and physically healthy lifestyle, within which attitudes of tolerance, empathy and respect are nurtured.
- To create a secure and intellectually challenging environment based on a broad and balanced curriculum, enabling all children to reach their full potential, whilst inspiring a love of learning.
- To use our experience and expertise to create a wholly inclusive and integrated learning environment for all children on roll at the school, nursery and Resource Base for Deaf Children.
- To support all children to develop the skills needed to take a self-sufficient place in a rapidly changing world.
- For every child’s school experience to be engaging, progressive and fun.
At Mildmay Primary School, we firmly support equal opportunities for pupils and staff and endeavour to keep children at the heart of every decision made in school. We have a firm commitment to quality teaching and learning and strive to achieve the highest standards in these areas. Staff, parents, pupils and governors are all part of the partnership process that makes Mildmay an effective team.
As valued individuals we all belong to a respectful, caring, unique community where together we grow through fun, active learning.
Core Purpose of the Trust:
As part of Bridge Academy Trust, Mildmay Primary School joins with 10 other schools in seeking to have a positive impact on children lives through:
High quality continuity of every child’s journey through education from 3-19
and a community and school-led school improvement system
This core purpose is achieved through an agreed set of guiding principles, values, non-negotiables and ‘golden threads’. First and foremost each school within the Trust is a place of learning, where young people (from 3 to 19):
- ENJOY coming to school and the learning experiences available to them;
- Are ENRICHED with a wealth of opportunities inside and outside of lessons and the curriculum, so that all talents are identified and nurtured;
- ACHIEVE high standards:
- academically, in terms of examination results
- personally, through their respect for others and their environment
- socially, through their contribution to the life of the school and wider community