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Aims and Values

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The school curriculum comprises all learning and other experiences that each school provides for its pupils. For maintained schools (except special schools established in a hospital) this includes the national curriculum (which includes work-related learning), religious education (RE), collective worship, sex education, in the case of those being provided with secondary education, and careers education. Section 78 of the Education Act 2002 requires the school curriculum to be balanced and broadly based and:

 

  • to prepare pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life; and
  • to promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development.

 

What are the attitudes and values that Orrell Holgate Primary School seeks to foster?

Orrell Holgate Primary School values include:

  • telling the truth;

  • keeping promises;

  • respecting the rights and property of others;

  • acting considerately towards others;

  • helping those less fortunate and weaker than oneself;

  • taking personal responsibility for one’s actions;

  • self-discipline. 

British Values -

  • democracy;
  • the rule of law;
  • individual liberty;
  • mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith

 

Orrell Holgate Primary School values reject:

  • bullying;

  • cheating;

  • deceit;

  • cruelty;

  • irresponsibility; and

  • dishonesty

  • disrespect
  • intolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs

 

The task of the school, in partnership with home, is to furnish children with the knowledge and ability to question and reason. This will enable each child to develop his/her value system and to make responsible decisions on such matters.

Orrell Holgate promotes high achievement and learning for life by working with children to:

  • develop enquiring minds and a spirit of curiosity;

  • become highly motivated life-long learners;

  • be flexible and adaptable for the modern world;

  • have high self-esteem, respecting themselves, others and the environment;

  • be able to work independently and collaboratively;

  • achieve high standards in all areas of the curriculum;

  • gain advanced technological skills; and

  • seek to extend themselves in mind, body and spirit.