MISSION STATEMENT

WINCHMORE SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT

A creative and harmonious learning community where everyone is expected to achieve their full potential

WINCHMORE SCHOOL AIMS

At Winchmore School we aim to :

Our Learning Community

  • Work together to provide a supportive, stimulating and secure learning environment in which high standards of learning and personal responsibility are expected and achieved

  • Encourage in our students a sense of belonging, personal responsibility for and a pride in their learning community

  • Create a dynamic and creative learning community which responds to challenge, takes risks and continually improves

  • Challenge and extend the experience of our learners through a broad, balanced, flexible and relevant curriculum

  • Inspire and enable all students to become independent lifelong learners

  • Provide opportunities for reflection, spiritual awareness, self knowledge and self belief

  • Develop high levels of communication, literacy, numeracy, ICT, research, analytical and problem solving skills

  • Develop flexible, creative, articulate and outward looking young people fully equipped for their future success in the 21st Century

    Expectations for Achievement

  • Develop a learning ethos and a culture of achievement

  • Encourage high levels of achievement through highstandards and high expectations

  • Encourage the belief that everyone can succeed and improve on their personal best

  • Promote and celebrate all forms of achievement

  • Ensure that all members of our community share the highest expectations for themselves and for others

    Working Partnerships based on Mutual Respect

  • Value and respect all members of our school community

  • Celebrate the different cultures, faiths and backgrounds which enrich our community

  • Develop co-operation and the skills needed to work effectively in a team

  • Develop self esteem, self worth, confidence and respect for others

  • Inspire in individuals the confidence to contribute and make a difference to both the school and society.

     

    “ LEARNING TO REALISE POTENTIAL ”