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We aim to ensure that all our pupils receive a varied, challenging and appropriate curriculum which enhances the National Curriculum and enriches each pupil’s learning experiences. We are constantly encouraging the pupils to reach their highest personal, social and academic achievements.
We acknowledge that our school plays a significant part in giving the pupils opportunities to feel good about themselves whilst developing their self esteem. We aim to develop independent learners who are enthusiastic and motivated about their work and are happy to celebrate their successes. Our school offers a range of opportunities which allow the pupils to develop a sense of responsibility and respect for themselves and others.
We value the commitment and hard work of our staff. We expect them to work as a team, valuing and supporting each other for the benefit of the whole school. We aim to provide a supportive environment to further their professional development.
We wish to foster a home/school partnership where parents feel welcome and their views are listened to. We expect that you, as parents, will work with the school to achieve our stated aims for your children. This involves you attending teacher/parent consultations, supporting your child with their homework and encouraging your child to participate in extra-curricular activities. We expect you to ensure that your child attends school regularly and on time, informing the school if your child is unable to attend.
We are proud to call ourselves Roundshaw’s community school. We reflect the diversity of the community and the changes within it. We encourage our pupils to have a sense of pride in their community and to be involved in local initiatives. We are looking to maintain and develop support from the community as part of our extended school status.
We aim to provide an environment that is welcoming, stimulating, supportive and safe for everyone. We are pleased to be part of the Healthy Schools Scheme.