Aims and Values
Parents praise the school's pastoral care, its inclusive nature and the tolerance and kindness which reflects the way pupils are allowed to express themselves. SIAM Inspection Report, November 2015
Our Christian Values were chosen by staff, governors, members of the PTA and pupils, we chose the six values we would like our children to learn to live by. Each value is the focus of our daily Collective Worship and of our PSHE curriculum. Each Friday during Celebration assembly, one child from each class receives a Values Award for displaying any one of our Christian Values during the week. The Values also influence our learning as much as possible and are usually a focus for our weekly Enrichment sessions.
Friendship, Respect, Honesty, Endurance, Responsibility and Thankfulness.
Brant Broughton School Aims to:
Develop reflective learners with distinctive Christian Values.
Create a happy, healthy, safe environment where learners are encouraged to care for everyone.
Involve parents, carers, teachers, governors, pupils and other partners in making a positive contribution to the local and wider community.
Provide and exciting, stimulating and purposeful curriculum with extra-curricular opportunities where inspiring learning experiences enable children to exceed their own expectations through excellence and enjoyment.
Cultivate creative, resilient, self-aware, independent and active learners prepared for the wider world.
Nurture a culture of high expectations that enable each self-motivated learner to reach their full potential.