Our Vision, Aims and Values
Welcome to our school!
On behalf of the whole school community, I would like to warmly welcome you to Hebden Green School. If you have any questions please contact our school on 01606 594221 or email@example.com
Every member of the school community is expected to:
Promote and share these values
Respect each other and each other’s unique needs and differences
Every member of the school community has the right to:
Feel safe, cared for, respected and dignified;
Have their voice heard and their wants and wishes considered;
Learn and achieve to the best of their abilities within a personalised curriculum;
Be treated equally and fairy, irrespective of their gender, age, race, religion, culture, ability or sexuality;
Be free from fear of bullying, discrimination, fear or intimidation.
Our Vision – why are we here?
Our School community will:
Give our students an outstanding provision of education, therapy and care;
Enable our pupils to learn, develop, grow and achieve as part of our happy and successful school family;
Work alongside parents, carers and the wide range of multidisciplinary colleagues, with our pupils at the heart of everything we do.
Our Aims – what do we want for our pupils?
We want our pupils to:
Expect to be the best that they can, fulfilling their potential;
Value themselves and each other;
Be as independent as possible;
Develop a sense of belonging, within both our school community and their own locality;
Be proud of themselves;
Enjoy a broad, balanced, challenging and relevant curriculum;
Use and apply their literacy, numeracy, technological and life skills across their curriculum and within their day to day lives;
Develop their social skills and behaviours;
Be happy, healthy and enjoy their time in school.
Our Values – what are our core principles?
- Mutual respect and trust
- Confidence and Independence
- Loyalty and Commitment
- Expression and Enquiry
- Kindness and consideration
- Motivation and Resilience
- Empathy and Friendship
We believe that everyone has the right to be treated with dignity and respect. We are opposed to any direct or indirect discrimination against individuals or groups whatever their age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
We all have a responsibility to ensure equality permeates in to all aspects of school life and that everyone is treated equally irrespective of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation. We want everyone connected with this school to feel safe, secure, valued and of equal worth.
We have high expectations of all pupils and we aim to provide them with every opportunity to succeed by providing the highest standards of teaching and learning.
We are opposed to any member of the school personnel or others connected with the school being victimized, harassed or bullied by another based on assumptions about their status in the afore mentioned categories or on any other grounds. Also, we will not discriminate against anyone because of their political affiliation.
In order to achieve the aims of this policy we will take measures of positive action to encourage or facilitate the employment or training of minority or disadvantaged groups as we recognise that the avoidance of discrimination is not sufficient in ensuring that equality exists in this school.