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Aims

  • It is our aim to ensure that learning takes place in an environment which gives all the children the best possible learning opportunities, matched to their individual needs.
  • To provide a safe environment for children to perform at their best without pressures or concerns.
  • For inter-personal relationships to play a positive part in the climate of the school. We wish to foster a happy, caring atmosphere, always welcoming, always understanding, amongst staff and children alike.
  • To provide equality of opportunity for all irrespective of race, religion, gender, culture and disability.
  • To develop a shared sense of purpose amongst staff, parents, governors and children.
  • To ensure that all children perform to the best of their abilities at all times and that work prepared is adequately matched to their differing abilities.
  • To carry out school audits to determine our priorities in the curriculum, budget, management and CPD (Continued Professional Development) through the process of self-review.
  • To foster high teacher expectation of performance and conduct in accordance with the Standards (2012).
  • To provide a rich spectrum of resources for the entire Primary range in order to deliver a broad and balanced curriculum.
  • To manage our budget in order to provide the best opportunities for all within the school.
  • To utilise the relative strengths of staff, governors, parents and community for the children’s educational benefit.
  • To work towards the requirements of the National Curriculum regarding content and assessment.
  • To work with the International Primary Curriculum to provide a global perspective and to provide a means of working which takes into account different methods of learning and future aspirations of living in 21st century Britain.

Langham Village School

International School AwardHealthy SchoolOfsted Outstanding 2011/2012International Primary Curriculum

Headteacher: Polly Kossowicz

Langham Village School, North Street, Langham, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 7DG
Telephone/Fax: 01328 830377 • Email: office@langham.norfolk.sch.uk

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