To promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through all appropriate curricular opportunities, with particular reference to issues of equality and diversity
Annual review in July as outlined in Equality Act 2010
To ensure that common approaches are complied with in whole school behaviour system
To make the SMSC opportunities explicit in planning and to reflect on their impact
To review the Christian Character of the school through the Diocesan toolkit
To promote cultural development and understanding through a rich range of experiences both in and beyond the school
Annual review each July
To celebrate festivals and learn about the wider cultural aspects of others’ lives
To resource the school with stories from other cultures and to ensure that the home lives and familiar things are represented in school activities such as home corners and imaginative play
To narrow any gaps in attainment and progress that have arisen between groups of pupils within the school’s community by ensuring that all groups and individuals have their needs fully met in order to achieve their full potential, and to make good progress or better.
Annual review in July
To monitor children’s progress termly and half termly in English and Maths.
To analyse progress of groups across the school, gender, ethnicity, FSM, summer born, EAL and provide support where appropriate
Herts for Learning is the new name for what was formerly the Local Education Authority before the restructuring of Herts CC. It is great to have recognition that we all work together here, staff, children and parents. We will continue to do our part to maintain and provide high standards of care and education for your children.