School Vision Statement
"Inspiring our learners to be the best they can be!"
School Mission Statement
"Grow, Learn, Succeed Together!"
"A Mission statement talks about HOW you will get to where you want to be."
Grow - We encourage the growth of knowledge, skills and understanding.
Learn - We strive for high quality learning through high quality teaching.
Succeed - We persistently support every learner to understand how they can succeed.
Together - We listen to all stakeholders and together we understand and share our vision?
1. Respect - Treat others as you want to be treated
2. Honesty - Be honest to each other with tact and confidentiality.
3. Professionalism - Be professional (not personal) and objective at all times.
4. Integrity - Have the strong moral principle of putting the children first.
5. Courtesy - Being polite in our attitude and behaviour towards others
6. Humour - Laugh together
At Llanrhidian Primary School we aim to:-
- create a happy welcoming school environment that respects the UNCRC’s Rights of the Child.
- deliver a “four purpose” driven curriculum
- develop each individual to their potential through offering a wide range of high quality skills and knowledge based experiences.
- promote equality of opportunity and respect for everyone, irrespective of belief, race and gender.
- encourage a love of learning and high levels of confidence through a growth mindset approach
- develop effective thinking, independent learning and the ability to solve problems creatively.
- use every opportunity to develop the skills of numeracy, literacy and digital competence enabling each child to experience achievement at all levels.
- enable pupils to be given progressive responsibility for organising their learning and management of time.
- enhance self-worth and the ability to value each person’s own worth through a caring, secure environment. This will develop sensibility to others, self-discipline, high self-esteem and acceptable behaviour.
- develop imagination and creativity by offering wide range of authentic experiences.
- develop the natural curiosity that children exhibit about themselves and their world, and use their curiosity to foster positive attitudes to learning.
- develop an appreciation of the heritage and history of Wales as well as learning the Welsh language.