Inspire – Believe – Achieve
All of our children; all of the time
Our aim at Brandhall Primary is to provide all our pupils with the skills and attributes they need to be happy and successful; every child deserves an inclusive and experience rich education and their time at Brandhall should be remembered with happiness and pride in their achievements. We hope to inspire our pupils with an exciting curriculum and outdoor education, believe in their potential, encourage them to discover their talents and help them to achieve the very best they can.
At the end of their time at Brandhall we want all our children to leave:
- Having made excellent progress and achieved to the very best of their ability
- With the skills and attributes necessary to be happy and successful on the next stage of their journey
- With wonderful memories of enriching experiences and strong friendships forged from a broad and inclusive curriculum
- With the confidence and self-esteem to become responsible and effective citizens.
Our Values and British Values
Respect – Honesty – Belonging – Compassion – Courage – Ambition
Fundamental British Values underpin our curriculum, and our school values support the development of well-rounded pupils. We work hard to create opportunities for these values to be modelled and explored enabling our pupils to leave prepared for life in modern Britain.
In school pupils have the regular opportunities to exercise their right to vote through the election of pupil voice groups and votes on key changes within school.
The Rule of Law
The importance of Law is consistently reinforced throughout school in discussions around behaviour and safety and in PSHE and SMSC sessions.
Children are encouraged to make choices and exercise their pupil voice in a safe and secure environment. We educate and provide boundaries for children to practice exercising their voice and decision making in a safe environment.
Respect is the first value in our school year and is modelled and celebrated throughout the year, pupils encourage each other and recognise when the have given or received respect and our other core values.
Tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs
Our broad RE and SMSC curriculum develops pupil’s knowledge and understanding of the many diverse groups that make up our community.