Our School Vision and Values

 
 
Our Vision
 
Learn, love and flourish together 
 

 

Witley C of E Infant School aims to provide a nurturing, caring and safe Christian environment in which children can develop their academic, physical, spiritual, personal and social skills through encouragement and support enabling them to flourish.

 

Learning will be at the very heart of everything we do and we will ensure that every child has the opportunity to reach their full potential through a curriculum that is creative, inspiring, challenging, fun and reflective. We will provide an enriching environment where each and every child can flourish to prepare them for their journey in life, appreciative of the wonders and diversity of our wider world.

 

We will strive to develop strong partnerships with other schools, All Saints Church and the wider community. We will actively encourage parents to share in their child’s learning and our wider school life. We aim for our children to become independent, confident, loving, respectful and responsible members of the community equipped with the skills and Christian values to be life-long learners.

 

 

Our School Values

 

Our school motto ’Learn, love and flourish together’ is reflected in our 6 Christian  values which underpin our school ethos:

 

Friendship          Trust           Respect           Confidence           Resilience           Joy

 

Learning is at the heart of our school - reflected in our values of confidence and resilience

Love life and one another - reflected in our values of friendship and joy

Flourish together - reflected in our values of respect and trust

 

Our values are embedded at Witley C of E Infant School so that our children can continue to hold them close to their hearts in their journey through life and long after they have left our school. 

                                               

School Development Plan

The School Development Plan (SDP) is a strategic plan for improvement that should reflect the characteristics of the school and its community. It must identify priorities that are unique to the individual school and set out how the long term aims will be met. We are pleased to share the headlines of our new SDP with you here; should you require any more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

  • To increase the proportion of the most able children achieving GDS at the end of Key Stage 1.
  • To improve the outcomes for disadvantaged pupils and precisely evaluate the impact of the support they receive.
  • To develop our teaching and learning throughout the curriculum and in the wider community