Ormesby Village Junior School

 Our School Vision

At Ormesby Village Junior School, we want our children to be happy, feel safe and to know that they are valued as individuals. We want them to be respectful, considerate, well mannered and able to develop positive relationships with others. We want them to be confident, independent and to have lively, enquiring minds. Most of all we want every child to enjoy coming to school, to develop a life-long love of learning and a desire to achieve the best that they can. As our children leave us to begin the next stage of their education, we want them to take away an expectation of success, aspiration for happy and fulfilling futures full of possibilities and fond memories of their time with us that will last a lifetime.

 

 Our School Aims

  • To strive for excellence in all that we do.
  • To create successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve good standards of literacy and numeracy.
  • To work in partnership with families, the local and wider communities to ensure your children are safe, happy, feel that they belong and develop a life-long love of learning.
  • To ensure that our school is a place where everyone knows that they are respected , valued and cared for; in which their ideas and opinions are listened to and matter.
  • To promote high expectations, good self-esteem and positive behaviour and relationships.
  • To praise achievement and promote equality of opportunity.
  • To create a secure environment in which your children can become confident individuals who are able to live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives.
  • To provide a broad, balanced, enriched and exciting curriculum that inspires children to think, ask questions, be creative and take responsibility for their own learning.
  • To provide an inclusive curriculum which recognises that children have different learning styles and make progress at different rates.
  • To enable all children to make informed choices and become responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society.
  • To develop an understanding and respect for different values, beliefs and cultures.
  • To make every day a good day so that children look forward to coming to school, feel proud of themselves, their school and their achievements.