Aims and Values
At Greenmeadow Primary School every individual is important and matters. Every person is included as part of the Greenmeadow ‘family’. We aim to encourage pupils to respect themselves and other people.
We hold consistency through the school as the ideal situation. To that end all staff are expected to set a good example and to deal with aspects on pastoral care, discipline, dealing with property, uniform and attitudes in a similar manner.
We endeavour to promote positive values and attitudes through rewards, sanctions and discussing issues either with individuals, at a classroom level or through school assemblies.
We aim to realise the best a child can do, providing opportunities wherever possible to discover each child’s strengths and weaknesses. Relative strengths are then acknowledged and achievements celebrated whilst weaknesses are supported.
We encourage a sense of corporate identity and acknowledgement of equality and pride through our school uniform.
The curriculum, other experiences and extra curricular activities all contribute to providing for the children’s spiritual, moral, cultural, social, educational and physical education.
We take seriously our responsibility to safeguard pupils’ well being in its broadest sense.